Daughters of Hanford Wins Award

A woman meets a mysterious stranger as she studies declassified documents about one the most polluted sites on earth.

Three generations of women are part of a family whose lives, health and even high school mascot bear markers of the Hanford Nuclear Reservation in southeast Washington state.

The Washington State Historical Society recognizes these stories, and the entire project Daughters of Hanford, with the 2016 David Douglas Award.  Read more here.

Daughters @CauseBeautiful!

Kai took over the @CauseBeautiful Instagram feed for a week to share portraits and stories from Daughters of Hanford. Cause Beautiful is a non-profit dedicated to showcasing visual storytelling from around the world. They also empower urban youth to use visual storytelling as a catalyst for change through The W.H.Y. Project. and support visual storytellers who hold society accountable through their stories. Learn more at http://www.causebeautiful.org/about and find them on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/causebeautiful/

Tri-City Herald: We’re thankful for a family friendly community

Daughters of Hanford’s Reactor Factor event was mentioned in the Tri-City Herald yesterday:

“From our rivers to our parks, to our special events, the Mid-Columbia is a great place for families to live, learn and have fun. Visitors, often with children in tow, enjoy our activities and scenic area too.

We are grateful for what makes this a family friendly community.”

Read the complete editorial here.

Daughter’s “Reactor Factor” event in WSU News

“Family fun opens ‘Daughters of Hanford’ exhibit

RICHLAND, Wash. – The “Daughters of Hanford” multimedia project opens Saturday, Aug. 1, with a ribbon cutting and Reactor Factor Kids’ Day celebration 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at the REACH here.

Tickets cost $8 for adults and $6 for youths, seniors and military members. The REACH also offers a $15 rate for a family up to six people, with $1 for each additional person.”

Read the entire article here.