Manuel Pino

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Manuel Pino is a professor at Scottsdale Community College in Arizona, who comes from a village of the Tewa people west of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Opposition to uranium mining has played a central role in Pino's life. The theme for his sociology dissertation was The Destructive Impact of Uranium Mining on Native American Culture. He has spoken at many international conferences, including the 1992 World Uranium Hearing in Salzburg, Austria, about victims of uranium mining, depleted uranium, and associated cancer deaths. In 2008, Manuel Pino received the Nuclear-Free Future Award.[1][2][3]

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  1. ^ Nuclear-Free Future Award
  2. ^ Swedish Government Consults Scottsdale Community College Instructor
  3. ^ SCC professor shares uranium expertise

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