Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Rocky-Flats-Nuclear-Weapons-Campaign-27MZIF23WFD3.htmlConceptually similarRocky Flats Nuclear Weapons CampaignGP03P50Completed★★★★Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons CampaignGP03P4VCompleted★★★★Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons CampaignGP03JTZCompleted★★★★★★Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons CampaignGP03JU2Completed★★★★Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons CampaignGP03JU4Completed★★★★Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons CampaignGP03P54Completed★★★★Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons CampaignGP03P4WCompleted★★★★Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons CampaignGP03P4YCompleted★★★★Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons CampaignGP03HCVCompleted★★★★View AllGP03PBHRocky Flats Nuclear Weapons CampaignUtah Phillips, Pete Seeger and friends perform at a rally for the Rocky Flats anti-nuclear coalition. Greenpeace worked in the coalition led by the Rocky Flats Truth Force to shut down the Rocky Flats nuclear trigger factory in Colorado, USA.Locations:Colorado-North America-United States of AmericaDate:1 Jan, 1978Credit:© Greenpeace / Rex WeylerMaximum size:4535px X 3035pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Concerts-Day-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Medium group of people-Musical instruments-Musicians-Nuclear (campaign title)-Nuclear weapons-Plutonium-SingingShoot:Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons CampaignFrom 1977 to 1981, Greenpeace was part of a coalition opposed to the nuclear trigger factory between Boulder and Denver Colorado, USA. The coalition, led by the Rocky Flats Truth Force in Boulder, Colorado, established a camp on the train tracks leading to the weapons facility, blockading shipments of plutonium to the site. Photographer Rex Weyler and other Greenpeace activists were arrested along with hundreds of citizens from the region.The plutonium trigger factory at Rocky Flats made the triggers for the entire US nuclear arsenal. A cancer spike in the region had alerted citizens to the local dangers of this facility.