It must be something in the air, or its just that time of year when all of the good content comes out! In this special bonus bonus episode, Kenny is talking with Nick Mihm & Brandon Smith, the director and cinematographer of the soon to be released MSNBC documentary “In the Dark of the Valley.” The film follows a group of mothers who discover that the Santa Susana Field Laboratory, located just outside of Los Angeles, was the site of one of the largest nuclear accidents in United States history; and may have exposed their children and their community to cancer-causing hazardous waste. The film is premiering THIS Sunday (November 14th) on MSNBC so make sure to tune in to watch!
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