Dr. Helen Caldicott
A Desperate Passion" in Berkeley 1996


Dr. Helen Caldicott A reading of her autobiography, "A Desperate Passion", in Berkeley September 21, 1996. A reading of her autobiography, "A Desperate Passion" in Berkeley 1996

A Desperate Passion is Caldicott's engaging, inspiring memoir, chronicling her life both on and off the scene. Raised in Australia and trained as a physician, she first found her voice protesting French nuclear tests in the Pacific. Years later she rose to international prominence, founding Physicians for Social Responsibility, "which did perhaps more than any other group to thrust the nuclear issue under the public eye" (New York Times).
Program recorded at the Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School, Berkeley September 21, 1996.
Produced by Berkeley Citizen

Copyright 1996
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This program was first viewed on Berkeley Public Access Television as part of the cable series, "The Activist Hour: Speaking Out in Berkeley".

Dr. Helen Caldicott speaking on the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory's tritium facility and concerns over its location next to a children's museum, UC Berkeley's Lawrence Hall of Science. Produced by Berkeley Citizen All labor donated
Also SEE: What is a breeder reactor? Dr. Helen Caldicott addresses the science, insanity and misrepresentations surrounding the development of breeder reactors. Caldicott is a pediatrician and internationally recognized author and lecturer.

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