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Collection of Documents Sent by the International Society for Human Rights

This document was made possible with support from Carnegie Corporation of New York (CCNY)

The documents in this collection surround two separate topics. One topic involves the status of Almaz Estekov, a political refugee in the United States who was active in the antinuclear and environmental movements of the late 1980s and early 1990s. The second topic involves children suffering from the effects of nuclear testing in Kazakhstan. The names of these children, the ailments they are suffering, and a proposal to establish a laboratory to help monitor environmental pollution in Kazakhstan are included. 

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Personal Papers of Matthew Evangelista, Folder: "Nevada Movement."


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