The Columbia Chronicle covered a recent campus screening at Columbia College Chicago. Their article, titled “Documentary Uncovers Health Catastrophe” can be read online in full on the Chronicle’s website. Read an excerpt below:
Though the film had its original premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, on Jan. 20, 2000, “The Return to Navajo Boy” hasn’t lost any steam in terms of its impact.
Because of awareness created by the film, the Environmental Protection Agency recently dismantled a house in Monument Valley, which was lined with uranium, with plans to dismantle approximately 500 more, Spitz said.