Sullivan, Kathleen


Title
Sullivan, Kathleen
Creator:
Sullivan, Kathleen, 1967-, interviewee; Moore, Leroy, interviewer;
Date Recorded:
1998
Date digitized:
Length of interview:
Description:

Kathleen Sullivan talks about being born into the nuclear age, being concerned about nuclear weapons at a very young age, and her earliest experience with Rocky Flats: a memorable day in 1985 when her great aunt, Ann Swift, drove her to the west gate. The interview explores Kathleen’s ongoing activism, education outreach – especially with children and young people – and past research. Topics include nuclear guardianship, nuclear time, and the concept of radioactive materials as a spiritual teacher.
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Subject:
Sullivan, Kathleen, 1967-.
Swift, Ann.
Antinuclear movement Colorado.
Nuclear weapons industry Colorado Rocky Flats.
Nuclear weapons Environmental aspects Colorado Rocky Flats.
Nuclear weapons Environmental aspects United States.
Nuclear weapons Health aspects Colorado Rocky Flats.
Nuclear weapons United States.
Radioactive wastes Environmental aspects.
Radioactive wastes.
Boulder (Colo.) History.
Language:
eng
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Notes:
Local call number:
OH1512
Copyright:
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