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    • Pendell, Ann

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • Ann Pendell, as a member of Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, worked against the MX Missile program in Utah, as well as participating in a number of peace demonstrations and marches. Her focus is to educate the public about...
    • Key, Jeff

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • As a young man growing up in Alabama, Jeff Key witnessed racism, discrimination, and cruelty. He talks about how that influenced him and contributed to his desire to be a Marine. Key is gay, served in Iraq, has struggled with alcohol,...
    • Tapscott, Bangs

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • Bangs Tapscott is a retired professor of philosophy at the University of Utah. He helped found the utah Peace and Freedom Party, and worked with others such as Earl Jones, Peter Appleby, and Bruce Phillips to oppose the Vietnam War and to work for...
    • Phillips, Bruce (Utah)

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • Bruce (Utah) Phillips was a folk singer and political activist. As a veteran of the Korean War, he protested the Vietnam War, and stayed active politically as an agitator for peace from then on. He even ran for the U.S. Senate as a candidate of...
    • Landesman, Bruce

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • Bruce Landesman is a faculty member in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Utah. His initial political engagement, first in civil rights, and then in the anti-Vietnam War movement, began when he was a graduate student at the...
    • Dominguez, David

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • David Dominguez is affiliated with Community Dispute Resolution Services and Brigham Young University Law School. His youth in Los Angeles could have led to gang involvement, but he turned his focus to assisting Hispanic immigrants in Utah County.
    • Irvine, David

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • David Irvine is a native Utahn who has been practicing law since 1971. He has served four terms in the Utah Legislature. He enlisted in the Army reserve in 1962, and taught prisoner of war interrogation and military law. He has been working with...
    • Taylor, Deanna

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • Deanna Taylor became active politically after September 11, 2001, when she and her husband saw how the United States responded to the attacks in what they considered a negative way. She has continued to organize and participate in peace vigils,...
    • Sawyer, Deb

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • Deb Sawyer talks bout how she first became politically active in Utah, working on State Senator Frances Farley's re-election campaign in 1980. Knowing Ms. Farley lead her to become active in the anti-MX Missile movement, which lead to involvement...
    • Wunder, Dick

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • Dick Wunder is a former director of Westminster College Library. He is a conscientious objector, and has been active in peace and anti-nuclear weapons demonstrations and movements.
    • Borgenicht, Lou

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • Dr. Lou Borgenicht is a pediatrician in Salt Lake City, Utah, and is a member of Physicians for Social Responsibility and International Physicians for Prevention of Nuclear War. He gives presentations using satire to raise consciousness of the...
    • Remillard, Frances

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • Frances Remillard is the director of Utahns for a Just Peace in the Holy Land, which works to end the Israeli occupation of Palestine. Her own philosophy, and what she tries to educate people about, is that peace is the path to figure out how to...
    • Smith, Joan, 2007

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • Joan Smith is a social worker and was a visiting professor at the University Of Utah teach about child abuse and neglect. Her interests include advocating for peace among children, gang members, and anti-nuclear proliferation.
    • Smith, Joan,  May 2008

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • Joan Smith is a social worker and was a visiting professor at the University Of Utah teach about child abuse and neglect. Her interests include advocating for peace among children, gang members, and anti-nuclear proliferation.
    • Redburn, Joe

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • Joe Redburn served in the Army in Fort Riley, Kansas, where he was in Armed Forces Radio. He started a conservative talk radio station, KTALK, in 1965. He changed from a GOldwater conservative to a liberal anti-Vietnam War opponent, and...
    • Young, John

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • John Young comes from a long line of military veterans, and he himself served in the Korean War. It was emotional scars from serving in the war that led him to participate in anti-war demonstrations and movements.
    • Spangrude, Kim

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • Kim Spangrude talks about how she has always been an activist for health care for the homeless or low income people. Her youngest son served in Iraq and has suffered from PTSD. She helped organize the Utah chapter of Military Families Speak Out.
    • Parsons, Linda

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • Linda Parsons describes how she first became a peace activist, as a high school student during the Vietnam War. She and others tried to shut down the Ogden Defense Depot in 1969, and she was one of 12 who were arrested. She currently participates...
    • Dickson, Mary

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • Mary Dickson is an activist with Downwinders United. She is an author and playwright who lost her sister to cancer caused by exposure to the nuclear fallout from atomic testing at a Nevada Test Site. She has written a play called "Exposed" which...

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