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Film Screening & Discussion: Atomic Mom

August 29, 2013
Iowa City, Iowa

Time: 7:00 pm
Location: Iowa City Public Library, Room A

Two mother/daughter pairs -- one who worked as a nuclear weapons researcher, one who survived the atomic bomb --  explore the implications of their very different but linked histories. 

Please plan to join us and bring your friends, neighbors, families or the friendly stranger you meet at the store.  Note: If you haven't already visit our "Neighborhoods" at the Hardin Medical Library, Iowa City Public Library, or the Solon Library, you have to do it soon.  Beginning Sept 3rd we move and revise our Nuclear Neighborhoods installations to the University of Iowa Memorial Union and Fair Grounds Coffee Shop.  For more information or updates on Nuclear Neighborhoods, click here.

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