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Witness to the Future

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Rachel Carson’s speech is part of a special CD-ROM package called

??Witnessto the Future: A Call for Environmental Action by Branda Miller. TheCD-ROM is a portrayal of the transformation of ordinary Americans intoenvironmental activists as well as a multimedia resource that empowersevery user.

Witness to the Future looks at three different groups fightingenvironmental battles: the downwinders in Hanford, Washington, fightingpollution from the Hanford Nuclear Reservation; farmworkers in California’sSan Joaquin Valley; and rural African-American residents in Louisiana’sCancer Alley.

Guest:

  • Branda Miller, a media artists, educator and activist. Miller is anAssociate Professor of Electronic Arts at the iEAR Studios, RensselaerPolytechnic Institute in New York.

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