The Return of Navajo Boy

Join Our Groundswell


Find out what you
can do to help.

Action Center

Above: A group of Navajo grandmothers demand uranium cleanup on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC after screening “The Return of Navajo Boy.” Photo: Clayton Childers.

Navajo Boy Correspondent Tommy Rock: How I Was Inspired to Study Uranium Contamination

Now that you’ve seen the film, you can take action to help make a difference.

Write a letter to your Senators and Representative and ask them to support increased uranium cleanup efforts and compensation for affected Navajo families.

Book a screening of “The Return of Navajo Boy” in your community (you can also order a DVD for screening parties that includes an action kit).

Visit our partners working in the field of uranium cleanup:

Join our mailing list to receive action alerts and updates as we continue to follow the story (we won’t share your email with anyone and you can unsubscribe at any time):

(You can also join us on Facebook or Twitter.)

Donate to Groundswell Educational Films, our 501(c)3 organization devoted to leveraging documentary films like this one to help the people in them.