Rocky Mountain PBS Q&A: Nuclear Princeton short film examines the impacts of uranium mining on Navajo lands

April 15, 2024

by Elle Naef • Published on April 15, 2024

Titration: Radioactive Waste, Princeton and the Navajo Nation” was a collaboration between Nuclear Princeton and Twiddle Productions, a Hawaii-based multicultural multimedia studio specializing in animation, production, and education.

Rocky Mountain PBS sat down with Twiddle Productions’ filmmaker Michael Q. Ceballos, Princeton professor and cofounder of Nuclear Princeton Ryo Morimoto, and the writer of the film, Princeton alum Thomas Dayzie, to learn more about the meaning behind the film.