The book Bravo for the Marshallese, by Holly M. Barker, tells the story of how residents of the Marshall Islands have been affected by nuclear testing conducted there by the U.S. government during the twentieth century. In this essay, I’d like you to do three things. First, discuss in detail at least three ways that Marshall Islanders have been affected by the legacy of nuclear contamination. Next, discuss in detail three strategies that Marshall Islanders have used to cope with, mitigate, or gain redress from the problems caused by nuclear testing. Finally, reflect on what this case can teach us more broadly about inter-cultural conflict and how to manage it. Please use evidence from the book to support your argument.
Limit: 4 pages, double-spaced