Tell Somebody
A weekly public affairs program on KKFI-FM 90.1, Kansas City community radio.
Richard Rhodes - Remembering Kansas City - Remembering Nagasaki

On the July 30 2015 edition of Tell Somebody, ahead of an August 9, 2015 speaking engagement in the area marking the 70th anniversary of the bombing of Nagasaki, Richard Rhodes talked about his early life in the Kansas City area, how violent criminals get that way, and about nuclear weapons.

Richard Rhodes was born in Kansas City, Kansas and grew up in Kansas City, Missouri and Independence, Missouri. He won the Pulitzer Prize for his 1986 book, “The Making of the Atomic Bomb,” and has written over 20 books on a wide variety of subjects.

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Maurice Copeland on Kansas City Plant Cleanup & Help for Sick Workers

On the July16, 2015 edition of Tell Somebody, Maurice Copeland talks about the lack of progressj in getting Special Exposure Cohort status for Kansas City nuclear weapons parts plant workers and about plans for cleanup of the old plant.

Maurice is a former nuclear weapons worker at the Kansas City Plant and is active in helping workers with EEOICPA issues.

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