Jan Pilcher got involved with activism and organizing around Rocky Flats in the early 1970s. She helped create the booklet “Local Hazard, Global Threat,” which framed citizens? concerns about Flats? operation as well as concerns about disarmament and contamination. In this interview, Jan talks about how she learned about Rocky Flats, the formative experiences that led to her pacifist philosophy, her work on Rocky Flats issues?working with citizens, scientists, and the media?as well as lessons learned about engaging with public, private, and governmental entities.
This interview is part of a series of interviews about the Rocky Flats nuclear weapons plant.
Listen to CD and view transcript at Carnegie Branch Library.