November 5, 2007: This website is an archive of the former website,, which was created 10 years ago by Charles Jenks. It became one of the most populace sites in the US, and an important resource on the antiwar movement, student activism, 'depleted' uranium and other topics. Jenks authored virtually all of its web pages and multimedia content (photographs, audio, video, and pdf files. As the author and registered owner of that site, his purpose here is to preserve an important slice of the history of the grassroots peace movement in the US over the past decade. He is maintaining this historical archive as a service to the greater peace movement, and to the many friends of Traprock Peace Center. Blogs have been consolidated and the calendar has been archived for security reasons; all other links remain the same, and virtually all blog content remains intact.

THIS SITE NO LONGER REFLECTS THE CURRENT AND ONGOING WORK OF TRAPROCK PEACE CENTER, which has reorganized its board and moved to Greenfield, Mass. To contact Traprock Peace Center, call 413-773-7427 or visit its site. Charles Jenks is posting new material to, a multimedia blog and resource center.

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Iraq: the Logic of Withdrawal

Chris Nord on Risks of Nuclear Power

Hear Interview - (37:48 - mp3) and for slower dial-up connections, hear the RealAudio version.

March 28, 2004 marks the 25th anniversary of the Three Mile Island nuclear accident. Hear Chris Nord, a contractor in Newton, New Hampshrre, discusses the risks of nuclear power, and the Vermont Yankee reactor in Vernon, VT in particular. Sunny Miller interviewed him on March 11, 2004. His video "Circes Around the Fire" chronicles the story in Hindsdale, NH, downwind of the Vermont Yankee reactor in Vernon, VT. Annie Fostyck was a dairy farmer directly across the river from the General Electric boiling water reactor built in 1972. "Something" was going wrong with her herd of milking cows, which produced newly born calves with a series of deformities.

March 14, 2004 - page created by Charlie Jenks