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In 1977, a young, relatively inexperienced teacher, Linda Hagen, begins work at University Hill Elementary, an experimental school following the Bank Street Model of Progressive Experiential Education, under the tutelage of Naomi Grothjan. Following Grothjan’s death, the Uni Hill School … Continue reading
Len Ackland, a journalist and journalism professor at the University of Colorado, Boulder, talks about his career and more particularly, his involvement from the 1970s to 2000 in reporting about nuclear weapons in the United States. His writing covers scientific, … Continue reading
People: Carl W. Williams, John L. Lewis, Buffalo Bill. Places: Boulder, Lafayette. Topics: Vietnamese Series: born in Lafayette; 1927 coal miners’ strike; ethnic groups; Columbine Mine; influenza; Mexicans in mines; bootlegging; frontier fighting; coal miners’ doctors; cattle drives; riding … Continue reading
People: Tom Roberts. Places: Boulder, Fort Carson. Topics: Vietnam Series: life in army in Vietnam beginning 1967, return to US 1968, Fort Carson in 1969; working against war, treatment of veterans, becoming hippie in 1970, move to Nederland; Boulder during 1970s, … Continue reading
Narrator moved to Boulder in 1986. Life in Saigon
People: Paul Donahue. Places: Ward. Subjects: hippies, STP gang, Vietnam experiences.