The sun rises on the Colorado mountains and the momentum of Nuclear Guardianship and all efforts to free the world from the scourge of nuclear weapons and bring about the best possible cleanup of nuclear waste expand exponentially. Join us for a rare glimpse into the current saga of the science and determination to prevent nuclear war and protect life on earth, and locally, to prevent Rocky Flats from ever being open to the public.
Presenters: Judith Mohling, MA, LPC, is on the staff and Spokes Council of the Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center, is on the board of the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability, and is co-chair of the Colorado Coalition for the Prevention of Nuclear War. She writes a column every three weeks for the Colorado Daily. She previously taught third grade at Columbine School in Boulder and worked many years for the Boulder County Mental Health Center in a program for adults with major mental illness.
Rick Wayman is Deputy Director of the California-based Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, and is a member of the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability’s Board of Directors. Rick is a graduate of Marquette University’s College of Business Administration and has a Master’s Degree in Non-Profit Management and Political Advocacy from the School for International Training. Jon Lipsky was raised at Anaheim, California and following high school was hired as a professional support employee with the FBI at the Los Angeles Field Office. In 1984 he was appointed to the Special Agent position with the FBI initially assigned at Denver, Colorado and retired as a FBI Supervisory Special Agent in 2004. In 2012 he received his Master’s Degree in Criminology, Law and Society from UCI.
Elizabeth Panzer graduated from the University of Colorado with a BA in Russian language and Central and Eastern European Studies. In 2017 she researched the controversy surrounding the land of Rocky Flats near her house and since then donates time to help publicize the safety concerns over Rocky Flats in her immediate community. She actively participates in several outreach initiatives to increase community support within the Jefferson County school district.
Michael E. Ketterer hails from the Buffalo – Niagara Falls, New York area, and his interest in chemistry and the environmental sciences was cultivated in part by his home’s proximity to the Love Canal and similar sites. Michael received a BS in Chemistry from Notre Dame and a PhD in analytical chemistry from the University of Colorado – Boulder. Dr. Ketterer has authored or co-authored more than 75 publications in his scientific career, and continues to collaborate prolifically with scientists in Europe, Asia and Australia.
Naropa University welcomes participants with disabilities. Persons with questions about accessibility or who require disability accommodations should contact Carla Mueller at [email protected] at least two weeks prior to the event.
Sat Sep. 157:00 pm - 9:00 pm
2130 Arapahoe AveBoulder CO,US 80302