Philippa Winkler & Daniel Robicheau

USA, 1999, 25 min Co- Producers / Directors / Writers (with Anna Rondan) This film chronicles how three large communities of people are effected by uranium's cycle of destruction: the Navajo uranium miners of the American Southwest. They mined for uranium that led to a cancer epidemic which also affects the surrounding communities. The Gulf War Veterans, and today's exposed troops affected by depleted uranium residue in Iraq, and the Iraqi people and environment against whom Depleted Uranium bullets and shells are used. Evidence released here shows that the continued presence of U-238 was being measured in the urine of war veterans 8-9 years after the Gulf war.