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Aug. 5, 2020: The Great American Outdoors Act In Colorado; 75 Years Since Hiroshima

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49min 42sec
Courtesy of Sumiko Yoshida and Alexander Stork
Sumiko Yoshida survived the bombing of Hiroshima 75 years ago. Here she is at age 16 in front of the Gembaku Dome at the Hiroshima Peace Memorial in 1952.

What the newly passed Great American Outdoors Act means for Colorado’s open space and cities. Then, Denver changes its approach to the geese that fills its parks. Later, a Hiroshima survivor remembers the attack 75 years ago. Finally, a Boulder emergency physician on his new book, “Fragile: Beauty In Chaos, Grace in Tragedy, And the Hope That Lives In Between.”