Catherine Shupe on growing up in the American colony in Avalos.
Juan Garza on ASARCO’s startup and malfunction events; how health dept handled.
Catherine Shupe on Alzheimer’s in her family.
Catherine Wilson-Shupe, Jorge Villalobos, Joe Piñon, Jose Manuel Escobedo, and Mario Navarez on company and others such as Landrigan who knew, came to know about lead’s dangers early on.
Joe Piñon, Chris Sellers, Bill Addington on what’s “acceptable” for lead exposures in children today.
Vivian Russell on her suspicions about corrosive film on vehicles, “Star Wars” gear, removal of houses.
Juan Garza on how he first got to know about lead hazards in EPA sponsored community meetings.
Juan Garza on rise of EPA and local Health Dept efforts to address lead in the neighborhoods.
Juan Garza on Get the Lead Out’s effort to get Health Dept testing in homes, unreleased results.
Catherine Wilson-Shupe on where workers versus managers lived around the Chihuahua smelter, on playing at the slag dump.
Charlie Rodriguez, Catherine Wilson-Shupe, and Jorge Villalobos on water pollution and use by smelters they know.