Tuesday, April 19, 2016

NPR series on secret mustard gas testing in WW II wins Peabody Award

"NPR's Investigations Unit was recognized for a series on mustard gas testing during World War II — specifically, secret race-based gas tests and how the Department of Veterans Affairs broke a promise to help the men who had been the subjects of those tests. NPR's Caitlin Dickerson, Barbara Van Woerkom, Nicole Beemsterboer and Robert Little of the investigations team, as well as Ariel Zambelich and Christopher Groskopf of the visuals team, worked on the project."

The series is here.

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