Owens talks about not having his own bed until college. Darryl Owens is a Kentucky State Representative and a Civil

 

Wallace talks about the loss in Berea where the Fairness Ordinance was not passed. However, tiny Vicco Kentucky passed a

 

Wallace discusses how homophobia was being used to divide people and the beginnings of the Fairness Campaign in Louisville. Carla

 

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

 

Elliott came to Louisville in 1952 and encountered many of the same problems that existed in Alabama. Rev. Dr. Charles

 

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

 

Watts described her idyllic childhood and education. Beverly Watts is the Executive Director of the Tennessee Commission on Human Rights.

 

Anderson cites the study from the 1960s that reported that blacks paid a color tax on their housing. Alan Anderson

 

Cunningham talks about protesting the Brown Theatre in 1959 because blacks couldn’t see “Porgy and Bess”. He also discusses pressing

 

Delahanty talks about people who were involved in race relations being identifiied as communists. It was the era of McCarthyism

 

Cunningham talks about how the Sit-in was a tactic that was used to demonstrate the need for public accommodation. Raoul

 

Georgia Powers speaks about the various marches and protests she was involved in. Georgia Davis Powers was born in Springfield,

 

John Johnson talks about traveling to NYC with a marketing research firm (Pinkett Brown and Black) and marketing strategies for

 

Mattie Jones recounts her experiences being arrested in numerous states across the South. Mattie Jones is a civil rights activist

 

Edgardo Mansilla dicusses differences in poverty in America versus other parts of the world and how being a Christian and