This interview takes place during a walk from Boulder to Rocky Flats on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the 1978 demonstrations. Patrick Malone was well known for his participation in those activities, especially his construction of a teepee that became a symbol of the movement to halt weapons production at Rocky Flats. Patrick talks about his history and how he got involved with Rocky Flats. He describes the relationship with security guards, human blockade strategies, and the process of getting arrested. He reflects on what was accomplished in 1978, the personal meaning, and his current work in conflict resolution.
Listen to CD and view transcript at Carnegie Branch Library.