Joe Goldfield helped expose the quantities of plutonium, and contingent dangers, which were concealed during Rocky Flats cleanup assessments. Joe died in 2002; much of this interview is carried on with Roslyn Goldfield, his wife, though Joe’s work remains the focus of conversation. The narrators discuss Joe’s education, advocacy, ethical determination, and lifetime efforts to create safe work conditions – Joe helped design the first HEPA filters for face masks. Johns-Manville corporation is a focus of discussion, along with Joe’s research and writings.
Listen to CD; view transcript and supplementary material at Carnegie Branch Library.