PSR-LA Partners with Aerospace Museum of Cancer Education

Bonnie Klea, West Hills resident and activist talking about the nuclear and health resources at ACME.

PSR-LA has donated an extensive nuclear and atomic age library to the Aerospace Cancer Museum of Education (ACME), located in Chatsworth, CA. ACME is a center where community members can learn about Santa Susana Field Laboratory and other polluted nuclear and aerospace research sites. On March 23, ACME thanked PSR-LA by hosting a special reception where community members expressed their appreciation for the books. The event also featured a viewing of PSR-LA-produced 1982 anti-nuclear documentary, “Race to Oblivion” which is a featured DVD featurette in a new release of the classic 1951 science fiction film “The Day the Earth Stood Still”. Writer and producer Edmund North also wrote and helped produce PSR-LA’s classic documentary.

Learn more about ACME by visiting If you’d like to get involved with related issues, contact Denise Duffield, 213-689-9170 x102.

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