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About Mina Hamilton

Mina Hamilton first marched against the Vietnam War in 1965, later organized for the Committee on the Professions Against the Vietnam War. She helped stop the US Army Corps of Engineer's Tocks Island Dam from flooding 30 miles of the Delaware River. A former Co-Director and then Director of the Sierra Club Radioactive Waste Campaign, a campaign to expose the hazards of nuclear power plants and weapons factories, she is currently Research Associate at Radioactive Waste Management Associates. Mina has published in the Nation, the Progressive, In These Times, the Village Voice and Mother Jones. She relaxes by teaching yoga.

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