Please fill out this questionnaire if one of these descriptions fits you:
You’re a uranium miner, mill worker, or ore transporter who worked in the uranium industry in or after 1941 OR are a relative of such a worker.
We will not share or publish any of your personal information without permission. You can submit this form online by hitting submit at the end of the questionnaire. If you complete a print version of this form, please scan a copy and send to Phil Harrison at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail a copy to P.O. Box 661, Shiprock, New Mexico, 87420. Call 505-635-5212 with any questions.
Print or scanned versions can also be sent to reporter Yvette Cabrera at email@example.com or mailed to The Center for Public Integrity, 910 17th Street NW, Suite 1030, Washington DC 20006.
The Center for Public Integrity is a nonprofit newsroom that reports on issues of inequality. We are collecting this data in partnership with the Navajo Uranium Radiation Victims Committee (established in the 1970s) and the committee’s senior consultant Phil Harrison, a member of the Navajo Nation. Public Integrity is gathering the information for stories on this topic, and the Navajo Uranium Radiation Victims Committee seeks to create a database of Navajo miners/workers and other indigenous miners/workers in the U.S. uranium industry. We may use non-identifying responses to aid with our reporting. Both organizations will have access to the data collected.