Meet Dr. Cynthia Miller
First American-born Fellow of Hibakusha Stories
Dr. Cynthia Miller has become Hibakusha Stories first American-born Fellow. She is an artist, photographer and survivor of radiation and plutonium poisoning whose vision is to advance planetary peace. Her father worked as an engineer alongside Dr. Robert Oppenheimer on the Manhattan Project (the project that envisioned and created the atom bomb) and he was eyewitness to the explosions of 131 atomic and hydrogen bombs. Reconciling bombs, atomic radiation, nuclear fallout, and war has been Dr. Miller’s life-long focus. Dr. Miller’s story is about the effects of radioactive isotopes at all levels of production and deployment. Please visit Radiance Project website to learn more about her and her work.