THE FUND FOR AUTHENTIC JOURNALISM

The No Nukes Oral History Project is supported by the nonprofit Fund for Authentic Journalism, a 501c3 organization based in Western Massachusetts that supports the School of Authentic Journalism and the work of independent journalists. The Fund is supported by thousands of small donors. Its largest contribution in 2015 was $2,700.

The travel, lodging and other costs of conducting more than 100 interviews so far – usually in the homes of movement veterans – are not cheap. And there is urgency to getting these stories recorded. Since the last interview tour in 2013, two of these movement vets, Sister Elizabeth Kelliher and Danny Schecter (“the News Dissector”) passed away. Their stories related to No Nukes simply would not have been told had the project been too late.

 

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Most importantly if you have a story to tell about the No Nukes movement from 1973 to 1982, don’t be shy! Your voice is important to this oral history.

The principle of authentic journalism is simple: “I have my truth. You have your truth. When we tell our stories to each other we make a bigger truth.”

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The travel, lodging and other costs of conducting more than 100 interviews so far – usually in the homes of movement veterans – are not cheap. And there is urgency to getting these stories recorded. Since the last interview tour in 2013, two of these movement vets, Sister Elizabeth Kelliher and Danny Schecter (“the News Dissector”) passed away. Their stories related to No Nukes simply would not have been told had the project been too late.

Please consider making a tax-deductible contribution of any size to help this vital work against the clock to document this inspiring history of how organized people turned public opinion, financial and governmental institutions against nuclear power in less than a decade.

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We support the investigative journalism of Narco News and its reporters and the training of new generations to do this work through the school of authentic journalism. This important work is made possible by the donations of hundreds of people like you.

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