Tara Dorabji is quoted in opposition to a proposal that would increase nuclear materials at Livermore Lab in Plan to Change Lab Draws Skepticism written by David Perlman for the San Francisco Chronicle, March 20, 2008.
Tara Dorabji and Maria Iorillo write about the natural home birth of Tara’s twin daughters in Midwifery Today, 2007
Tara Dorabji writes about her natural home birth of twins on Wise Woman Child Birth Blog.
On the 61st anniversary of the first atomic bombing, Terra Verde interviews Keiji Tsuchiya, a Hiroshima atomic bomb survivor, who served as a rescue worker in the week immediately following the bombing. Now at age 78 he is Vice President of Okayama A-bomb Sufferers Association. We will also be joined by Tara Dorabji of Tri-Valley CAREs who will talk about nuclear development in the Bay area and the role of companies like Bechtel, which has built more than half of the nuclear facilities in the United States.
Bechtel is partnered with the University of California to manage the Los Alamos nuclear weapons lab in New Mexico. The company is also now poised to announce its intent to bid for the management contract of the Livermore nuclear weapons lab. The contract for the Livermore Lab is up for competitive bid for the first time in its 53-year history.
Tara Dorabji and Will Parrish write about the University of California’s role in developing nuclear weapons in A Mind is a Terrible Thing to Waste: A guide to demilitarization of Americas youth and students, 2005.
Think Outside the Bomb: National Youth Conference on Nuclear Weapons Issues, conference facilitator, UC Santa Barbara, August, 2005.
On Hiroshima’s 60th anniversary, Abid Aslam interviews Tara Dorabji and others on the Renewed Call for Nuclear Disarmament, published in One World on August 7, 2005.
WASHINGTON, D.C., Aug 6 (OneWorld) – The threat of nuclear destruction–from existing stockpiles, a new arms race, or at the hands of terrorists or rogue states–looms large 60 years after the U.S. atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, peace activists have warned.
The United States bombed Hiroshima on Aug. 6 and Nagasaki on Aug. 9, 1945. More than 200,000 people died in the two Japanese cities. Survivors continue to contend with serious illnesses doctors blame on exposure to high levels of radiation.
Seeds of Change: No Nukes! No Wars! features Spearhead, Utah Phillips, Mumia Abu Jamal, Universal Language, a Hibakusha (an atomic bomb survivor) and more. The compilation produced by Tara Dorabji and Pedro Reyes weaves together hip hop, folk, rock and poetry.
Invisible 5 investigates the stories of people and communities fighting for environmental justice along the I-5 corridor, through oral histories, field recordings, and archival audio documents. The project includes interviews with Tara Dorabji about the Livermore nuclear weapons lab.
US Nuclear Policy, Abolition 2000, Global Caucus, World Social Forum, Mumbai, India. Spoke on US nuclear policy including plans to develop the “Robust Nuclear Earth Penetrator,” January 2004.