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In 1971, 29 people died in an explosion in Georgia. 52 years later, their story is being told

Summary by Ground News
The Thiokol chemical explosion killed 29 workers, a majority of them Black women, and injured at least 50 more. It's considered one of the worst industrial disasters in the United States, along with the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire and the West Fertilizer Plant Explosion. Multiple lawsuits jumpstarted a prolonged 17-year legal battle among victims and the U.S. Government.

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