Nuclear Princeton is proud present the trailer for their film "Titration: Radioactive Waste, Princeton, & the Navajo Nation"! This film seeks to unearth connections among uranium mining on the Navajo Nation, health and envrionmental impacts, and Princeton as a site of knowledge production that has ramifications beyond the academy. The project represents over a year of work in which research fellows engaged in ethnographic interviews with Navajo elders, explored archival materials in musuems and at Princeton's Mudd Library, and worked extensively with animators and artists. "Titration" conveys academic research in a format that is meant to accessible to a wide range of audiences and start conversations about the ongoing effects of settler colonialism on Indigenous people. Click here to the screen the trailer for our film!