Holly Morris: What Can We Learn From One of the World's Most Toxic Accidents? Filmmaker Holly Morris talks about her time with the "Babushkas of Chernobyl" — the elderly women who decided to stay in Chernobyl, Ukraine, after the worst nuclear accident in history.

What Can We Learn From One Of The World's Most Toxic Accidents?

What Can We Learn From One Of The World's Most Toxic Accidents?

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Part 1 of the TED Radio Hour episode Toxic

About Holly Morris's TED Talk

Filmmaker Holly Morris talks about her time with the "Babuschkas of Chernobyl" — the elderly women who decided to stay in Chernobyl, Ukraine, after the worst nuclear accident in history.

About Holly Morris

Holly Morris is a writer and film director and producer. She is the author of Adventure Divas: Searching the Globe for a New Kind of Heroine and writer and director of its companion PBS documentary series. A former National Geographic Adventure columnist and essayist, Morris is also a contributor to The New York Times, among other publications.