Delahanty talks about some of the problems that exist still today that need to be worked on and dealt with.

 

Delahanty discusses the process of getting a halfway house built in the neighborhood where his parish is located in Louisville,

 

Shaw talks more about people who influenced her life and career. She talks more about the importance of exposing children

 

Shaw talks about different ways of reporting on issues and how they affect audiences. She gives the example of reporting

 

Shaw talks about the current focus of the media currently, including the prevalence of reporting on tweets. She talks about

 

Shaw discusses the legislation that is being passed in Kentucky during a time when Republicans are in control of the

 

Shaw talks about the changing role of journalism in a world of social media, biased news sources, and media conglomerates.

 

Shaw discusses the current political climate and the anger and discontent that many people are expressing at this time. She

 

David Tandy is a Louisville Civic Leader. Tandy discusses his childhood in Owensboro, Kentucky, including his family, their occupations, the

 

David Tandy is a Louisville Civic Leader. Tandy briefly talks about Jesse Jackson’s run for president and his influence over

 

David Tandy is a Louisville Civic Leader. Tandy discusses how he met the councilman that preceded him in his position

 

David Tandy is a Louisville Civic Leader. Tandy discusses the neighborhoods and businesses that his metro council district encompassed. This

 

Shaw discusses how she attempts to not editorialize during her broadcasts, but that it is impossible to completely separate journalism

 

Shaw’s heroes are Georgia Davis Powers, Betty Baye, Marleen Davis, Nikki Finny, Crystal Wilkinson, Frank X and Bianca Sprigs. She

 

Shaw talks about her decision to attend Western Kentucky University. She talks about her hard work to earn scholarships and

 

She talks about the loss of hope in poverty, which she calls poverty of spirit. She talks about the importance

 

Renee Shaw talks about her childhood and family background, growing up in rural Tennessee in a predominately white community. She

 

Renee talks about her career at KET, her interest in public policy and the legislature. She talks about various aspects

 

Delahanty discusses the books that he read during the time of the civil rights disputes in the sixties as a

 

Delahanty discusses his family’s work for justice Father Patrick Delahanty is a priest and human rights advocate from Louisville, Kentucky.

 

Delahanty discusses his family’s work for justice. Father Patrick Delahanty is a priest and human rights advocate from Louisville, Kentucky.

 

Father Patrick Delahanty is a priest and human rights advocate from Louisville, Kentucky. Delahanty discusses his family’s work for justice

 

Akins tells the story of a student who was successful in his educational pursuits, in part, because of Carter G.

 

Akins talks about the process of creating Carter G. Woodson Academy, the first all male, college prep school in Kentucky.

 

Akins recites the Carter G. Woodson Academy’s creed. Roszalyn Akins is the First Lady of the First Baptist Church of

 

Akins recalls a fieldtrip she coordinated to Morehouse. Roszalyn Akins is the First Lady of the First Baptist Church of

 

Akins talks about the “Well” principles of BMW Academy. Roszalyn Akins is the First Lady of the First Baptist Church

 

Akins talks about a surprise visit for her BMW Academy students at the White House. Roszalyn Akins is the First

 

Akins talks about generating funds to grow the Black Males Working (BMW) Saturday Academy. Roszalyn Akins is the First Lady

 

Akins talks about the scholarships available to students at Carter G. Woodson Academy. Roszalyn Akins is the First Lady of

 

Akins gets her first job at Leestown Middle School and teaches there for 27 years. Roszalyn Akins is the First

 

Akins starts a Saturday academy at the Bracktown church for African American males. Roszalyn Akins is the First Lady of

 

Akins recalls being inducted into the National Honor Society and her parents being her advocate at a school election. Roszalyn

 

Akins decides to change her major her senior year of college after an experience at her former high school, Bryant

 

Akins recalls watching the students at Transylvania University as a young girl and declaring she would attend that school someday.

 

Akins recalls being inspired by her childhood teachers and attending a predominately white elementary school. Roszalyn Akins is the First

 

Hamilton talks about integration in his schools growing up and his mother choosing his school. Ed Hamilton is a sculptor

 

Hamilton talks about learning art techniques in high school and getting a scholarship for art school after high school. Ed

 

Hamilton remembers nurturing art teachers in junior high/high school that praised his artistic talents. Ed Hamilton is a sculptor living

 

Hamilton talks about his artistic style early in his career and wanting people to see his work. Ed Hamilton is

 

Hamilton talks about learning from other black artists and absorbing black history. Ed Hamilton is a sculptor living in Louisville,

 

Hamilton talks about learning of other black artists in Kentucky while he was in college and how art relates to

 

Hamilton remembers meeting his now wife, Bernadette Hamilton, while attending University of Louisville. He also talks about losing his second

 

Logan talks about his first class at UK and experiencing discrimination. George Logan is a civil rights activist from Lexington,

 

Logans talks about teaching driver’s education. George Logan is a civil rights activist from Lexington, KY. This interview took place

 

Logan talks about books in schools omitting black history and working to change that. George Logan is a civil rights

 

Logan talks about attending college. He also talks about bringing a weapon to campus for protection, but deciding not to

 

Logan talks about going to a segregated school and segregated dining etsablishments in his community. George Logan is a civil

 

Owens talks about Central High School and their well-qualified black teachers. Darryl Owens is a Kentucky State Representative and a

 

Owens talks about young black children not understaing “from whence they come”. Darryl Owens is a Kentucky State Representative and

 

Neblett talks about the importance of teaching children. Charles Neblett is a civil rights activist and founding member of The

 

Owens talks about going to Central State College and its community feel. Darryl Owens is a Kentucky State Representative and

 

Owens talks about the segregation at Howard University and the importance of having support for each other. Darryl Owens is

 

Owens talks about going to the law program at Howard University and Thurgood Marshall. Darryl Owens is a Kentucky State

 

Neblett talks about faking a scandal in college to raise awareness for black rights. Charles Neblett is a civil rights

 

Neblett talks about going to a one-room school and having encouraging teachers. Charles Neblett is a civil rights activist and

 

Neblett talks about his mother and how she instilled self-respect in her children. Charles Neblett is a civil rights activist

 

Grundy talks about going on a field trip and experiencing segregation at the movie theater. Chester Grundy is a Diversity

 

Grundy talks about going to Phillis Wheatley school and having great teachers. Chester Grundy is a Diversity Advisor for the

 

Grundy talks about learning manners and conduct in early school. Chester Grundy is a Diversity Advisor for the University of

 

Grundy talks about coordinating a very successful Jazz concert (with flautist Yusef Lateef) at UK. Chester Grundy is a Diversity

 

Grundy talks about coordinating diverse cultural events for UK students. Chester Grundy is a Diversity Advisor for the University of

 

Grundy talks about the importance of cultural education for black students. Chester Grundy is a Diversity Advisor for the University

 

Grundy talks about getting sent to Africa for a professional development trip. Chester Grundy is a Diversity Advisor for the

 

Grundy talks about being inspired by University of Louisville and other colleges and the programs and activism they achieved. Chester

 

Grundy talks about the black community on UK’s campus and how it aided in developing support for African American students.

 

Grundy talks about UK’s campus politics and programs created for African Americans students. Chester Grundy is a Diversity Advisor for

 

Grundy talks about meeting an influential black intellectual at UK. Chester Grundy is a Diversity Advisor for the University of

 

Grundy talks about the racial climate at University of Kentucky when he was in college. Chester Grundy is a Diversity

 

Grundy talks about choosing to attend UK and giving himself no option to quit. Chester Grundy is a Diversity Advisor

 

Grundy talks about a high school counselor and his father not supporting his dream of going to University of Kentucky.

 

Grundy talks about going to Male High School in Louisville KY, which was desegregated at the time. Chester Grundy is

 

Neal remembers receiving the guidance of mentors like Lyman T. Johnson when he was a young man. He continues the

 

Wallace talks about her siblings, her family, the loss of her father and her civil rights family. Carla Wallace is

 

Wallace describes her activism at Tufts University, Boston and then Louisville, connected with South African Divestment. Carla Wallace is a

 

Wallace endows a chair in Race, Class, Gender and Sexuality at the University of Louisville in honor of black, lesbian,

 

Wallace exclaims that it was easy for to her to become a social change activist: it was in her blood,

 

Wallace connects racial justice and the environmental movement. Carla Wallace is a Civil Rights Activist from Louisville, Kentucky. This interview

 

Wallace reflects on Kentucky’s Human Rights situation. Carla Wallace is a Civil Rights Activist from Louisville, Kentucky. This interview took

 

Neal is most proud of his work on the Kentucky Education Reform Act (KERA). He discusses the role of the

 

Neal discusses the need for government policies that encourage opportunities in the West End. He says we are at a

 

Elliott recalls the one room schoolhouse with one teacher who taught through the sixth grade. Rev. Dr. Charles Elliott Jr.

 

Neal reflects on Louisville’s progress regarding segregation during his lifetime. Gerald Neal is a Kentucky State Senator from Louisville and

 

Neal recalls his juvenile arrests protesting segregation in Louisville. Gerald Neal is a Kentucky State Senator from Louisville and a

 

Neal describes the protests at the President’s Office at the University of Louisville. Gerald Neal is a Kentucky State Senator

 

Neal talks about University of Louisville and Law School. He recalls going to ask Ed Post to help him pay

 

Neal marvels about how exciting the sixties was. Nothing like it has happened since. You heard about change from everyone.

 

Elliott emphasizes why this oral history documentation is important. It’s for the children. Rev. Dr. Charles Elliott Jr. was born

 

Elliott stresses the importance of getting an education. No one can take that away from you. Rev. Dr. Charles Elliott

 

Merlene Davis describes how she had a daughter and that she realized she had to be an exmple to her

 

Davis says that being a black student at UK in the 1960s was not very pleasant. She describes what it

 

Davis tells of racist comments about black UK students during a lie-in on campus in 2014. She says black and

 

Davis feels it would be better to go into education in order to make a difference rather than journalism. Her

 

McMurry was obsessed with finishing college quickly at UK so he could get on to law school. William F. McMurry

 

Davis credits her fifth grade teacher Olive Bopp with guiding her into writing. Merlene Davis graduated from the University of

 

Watts explains how her experience at SIU Carbondale was a culture shock. She became an activist advocate for racial justice

 

Watts recalls how lighter skin was judged to be more desireable within the black community itself. Beverly Watts is the

 

Watts graduated in 3 years from Tennessee State University. It was cheaper than Fisk. Beverly Watts is the Executive Director

 

Watts recalls starting her work at the Kentucky Human Rights Commission and notes significant cases during her tenure. Beverly Watts

 

Watts reflects on implementation of Brown vs. Board of Education in Tennessee. It occurred in the city of Nashville in