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    • Anderson, Rocky

    • Ross C. (Rocky) Anderson is a former mayor of Salt Lake City, from 1999 to 2007. Mr. Anderson talks about how he became active in politics and how his interests in civil rights developed.
    • 2007-10-03
    • Appleby, Nancy

    • Nancy Appleby talks about becoming active in 1965 in Utah peace and anti-Vietnam War movements with her husband, Peter, a professor of philosophy at the University of Utah. They were also involved in the beginings of the Utah Peace and Freedom...
    • 2006-06-21
    • Barrett, Gene and Donna

    • This is an interview by Kathryn French with Gene and Donna Barrett, a married couple who are both active in the peace movement. Gene is a Vietnam War veteran who's anti-war feelings arose during his time in Vietnam. They received the VFP Peace...
    • 2006-05-17
    • Borgenicht, Lou

    • 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...
    • 2007-05-31
    • Box, Thad and Jenny

    • Jenny started a safe house for battered women. Thad is a former Dean of the College of Natural Resources at Utah State University, and he is also Utah State Universities Dean Emeritus of Natural Resources
    • 2009-10-03
    • Brown, Jason

    • Jason is a graduate of BYU and a graduate student at Yale studying forestry. He has been active in Amnesty International, Eco Response, the fair trade Network, and BYU’’s Alternative Commencement held at UVU to protest Vice President Dick Cheney.
    • 2009-06-19
    • Buck, Roger

    • Roger is a school psychologist and family therapist who protested against the Vietnam War, participated in the attack on the ROTC Building on the U of U campus, and participated in the Freedom Rides in Mississippi in 1968.
    • 2009-04-18
    • Burnett, Dannie

    • Dannie Walter Burnett grew up in Ely Nevada, and after graduating high school in 1948 he joined the Army, serving in Fort Sill Oklahoma and in Germany. After being discharged, he obtained a masters degree in business management from the U of U,...
    • 2006-11-09
    • Bushman, Cory

    • Cory was born in Provo and became a peace activist while at the U of U. She helped start a chapter of Not in Our Name, worked with “Hope Projects,” and now works with “We the People for Peace and Justice” and helped start the publication The...
    • 2008-08-06
    • Chanonat, Jean-Claude

    • Dr. Jean-Claude Chanonat had been active with many of the Utah peace activists groups from 1965-1969, and was the editor of the "Utah Free Press." a socialist monthly, during that time. He was not able to be interviewed in person by Dr. French, so...
    • 2012-08-02
    • Chung, Brenda

    • This is an joint interview with Brenda Chung and her husband Patrick Easterling, in which they recount how they each became active in various peace causes--she, beginning in college in Hong Kong, and then at Utah State University where she met...
    • 2008-04-14
    • Decker, Sonja

    • Sonja Decker has been affiliated with the Unitarian Church, Dialogue for Peace, and the Fellowship of Reconciliation. She has worked for years with many inter-faith and non-denominational groups to organize peaceful marches and projects to promote...
    • 2006-05-11
    • Dickson, Mary

    • 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...
    • 2007-10-13
    • Dominguez, David

    • 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.
    • 2008-05-29
    • Easterling, Ana

    • As part of a Quaker family and community, Ana was raised on ideals of peace, community and equality. Active early in life, at Logan High School she started a Gay-Straight Alliance and organized a class walk-out to protest the Iraq War.
    • 2010-05-11
    • England, Charlotte

    • Charlotte England talks about her experiences as an activist for peace. She and her late husband, Dr. Eugene England, have been involved in peace and justice related activities since the early days of their marriage, from saving an old...
    • 2007-11-16

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