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Tag Archives: discrimination

  1. Isolated and alone via Beyond Nuclear International March 8, 2021

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  2. Group protests NHK over tweets considered prejudiced against Koreans via The Mainichi October 6, 2020

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  3. How Fukushima gave rise to a new anti-racism movement via Aljazeera March 12, 2017

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  4. Fukushima woman speaks out about her thyroid cancer via Fukushima 311 Watchdogs June 12, 2016

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  5. JAPANESE PEOPLE SHUN FUKUSHIMA SURVIVORS WHILE DOCTORS REFUSE THEM CARE via www.jeffereyjaxen.com March 8, 2016

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  6. Hiroshima survivors help Fukushima residents overcome fear and discrimination via DiaNuke.org August 16, 2015

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  7. NT nuclear waste dump could ‘close the gap’ for Aboriginal people: Bob Hawke via abc news August 5, 2014

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  8. The Radiation That Makes People Invisible: A Global Hibakusha Perspective via The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus August 4, 2014

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  9. After Fukushima: families on the edge of meltdown via The Guardian February 24, 2013

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  10. What happened to the Fukushima 50? via BBC News January 2, 2013

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  11. Meet the Fukushima 50? No, you can’t via The Economist October 8, 2012

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  12. Kids’ safety key worry in Fukushima via The Japan Times August 4, 2012

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  13. Fukushima Victimization 2.0 via DiaNuke.org April 11, 2012

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  14. Towns avoid govt help on decontamination via The Yomiuri Onlineri December 4, 2011

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  15. Social Fallout: Marginalization After the Fukushima Nuclear Meltdown via Japan Focus July 12, 2011

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