Join Facing the Future and Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility on Wednesday, May 27, for a workshop about the Hanford Nuclear Reservation—a decommissioned nuclear weapons production complex in Eastern Washington State and the most contaminated nuclear waste site in the United States.
In this workshop, we will take a deep look at the history of and social, economic, and environmental impacts of the Hanford Nuclear Reservation. We'll also show you how to integrate the history and legacy of Hanford into your global issues, history, science, and social studies classes using Facing the Future's new, standards-aligned unit on waste: What a Waste! Exploring Household, Industrial, and Nuclear Waste.
When: Wednesday, May 27 | 5-7pm
Where: The Impact HUB — 220 2nd Avenue S #106 | Seattle, WA 98104
Who: This event is open to the first 30 middle and high school educators who register
Learn about Facing the Future and Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility.
History of Hanford
Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility will present the history of the Hanford Nuclear Reservation.
Learn more about What a Waste!—Facing the Future's newest curriculum on household, industrial, and nuclear waste.
Pizza and light refreshments will be provided during the Q&A session.