Pacific Daily News Pacific Daily News Published 2:11 p.m. UTC Jun 9, 2018 Human rights lawyer Julian Aguon will be speaking about the nuclear testing in the Marshall Islands and its consequences. The lecture titled “The way forward is with a broken heart: walking with the Marshallese More: Group presses for radiation compensation More: Former Marshall Islands minister, Nobel nominee Tony de Brum dies “The long road of redress of the slow but revealing facts of the effects that 67 nuclear detonations carried out in the Marshall Islands by the United States, its scope, and longevity of the devastation wrought on the Marshallese,” said Aguon, founder of Blue Ocean Law. ‘Nonconsensual medical experimentation’ The lecture will also cover “the less known nonconsensual medical experimentation of many Marshallese Islanders” during the 1990s, according to a press release. The lecture will be on Tuesday, June 12 at the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Lecture Hall in the University of Guam. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the lecture will start at 6:30 p.m.