Chet Tchozewski got involved with Rocky Flats activism just prior to the 1978 rally and demonstration. He went on to work on behalf of the Rocky Flats Truth Force and the American Friends Service Committee, among other organizations. In this interview, Tchozewski talks about the ?78 demonstration and how it turned into an act of extended of civil disobedience. He discusses the evolution of his own participation in the anti-nuclear movement, talks about the formation of different activist groups, and reflects on the dramatic changes?pertaining to Rocky Flats as well as public consciousness?that have resulted from the global peace movement.
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.