At Eye Level

“At Eye Level” is a short film about uranium mining and environmental racism. Indigenous activists from Niger, Namibia, and the United States report on living with the deadly side-effects of uranium – the raw material used in many parts of the industrialized world for generating power in nuclear plants. Their message: “Leave the uranium in the earth.”

Bring “At Eye Level” to your town. The film is suitable along with our documentary, “Uranium – Is It A Country?”, for schools, organized events, or workshops on the issues of nuclear power and going green.

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