A new organisation hopes to help young Marshall Islanders better understand the legacy of American nuclear weapons testing in the country.
The group, Radiation Exposure Awareness Crusaders for Humanity, or REACH-MI, believes future Marshallese will need to know about the unresolved issues over the tests.
It hope they can then carry on the quest for justice after all the victims have died.
The organisation's president, Rosania Bennett also says the traditional focus on atolls directly affected by testing should change.
"All these NGOs like particular attention is to the four atolls that were directly affected. Now we are trying to raise awareness that it wasn't just the four involved. That we have more than four atolls that were involved with the fall out."