Bninski, Carolyn


Title
Bninski, Carolyn
Creator:
Bninski, Carolyn, interviewee; Young, Blair, interviewer;
Date Recorded:
2003
Date digitized:
Length of interview:
Description:

ABSTRACT: Carolyn Bninski describes about her lifelong work in the areas of peace, social justice and environmental activism. She talks about the Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center, homelessness, globalization issues, coordinating the work of many different organizations so that they can have more effect, and her vision for the future.

 

Places: Boulder

 

Topics influence of childhood experiences, religion, and Vietnam war on shaping peace and justice ideas, co-counseling, Rocky Mountain Peace Center, The Earth Charter, political activism, interrelation between peace, justice and environmental issues, homelessness, globalization issues.

 

Subject:
Bninski, Carolyn
Rocky Mountain Peace Center (Boulder, Colo.)
Social justice Colorado Boulder.
Women political activists Colorado Boulder.
Boulder (Colo.) History.
Language:
eng
Original Format:
Notes:
This interview was recorded as part of the University of Colorado class “Critical Thinking in Feminist Studies,” under the direction of Professor Anne Marie Pois. Supplemental material available in the OH file: Blair Young's descriptive paper on the interview, newspaper articles.
Local call number:
OH1234
Copyright:
Copyright restrictions applying to the use or reproduction of oral history interviews are available from the Carnegie Branch Library for Local History/Boulder Public Library.
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