Delahanty discusses how his faith plays into him fighting for human rights as well as how the pope is using

 

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

 

Delahanty discusses his work associated with the abolishment of the death penalty in Kentucky. He tells of how he worked

 

Delahanty talks about his time working with immigrants, especially with refugees, that are coming into the United States and his

 

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

 

David Tandy is a Louisville Civic Leader. Tandy discusses the different projects he was part of while he was a

 

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

 

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

 

Delahanty discusses his memories of the Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert Kennedy assassinations, as well as what actions he

 

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

 

Hamilton recalls getting involved in the civil rights movement through his art and art groups. Ed Hamilton is a sculptor

 

Hamilton talks about a moment that was had between a white woman and a black young man while looking at

 

Hamilton talks about witnessing civil rights activism, but his mother being too protective to let him participate. Ed Hamilton is

 

Owens talks about the Urban League and NAACP and their different roles. Darryl Owens is a Kentucky State Representative and

 

Owens talks about getting involved in the movement and the Louisville bussing case. Darryl Owens is a Kentucky State Representative

 

Owens talks about the Louisville bussing case and the difference between desegregation and integration. Darryl Owens is a Kentucky State

 

Wallace talks of the intersection of a myriad of civil rights issues with the common thread of race. Carla Wallace

 

Wallace recalls the story of her grandmother in the Netherlands who harbored people being persecuted by the Nazis. Wallace summarizes

 

Neblett talks about safety strategies while protesting and “living under terrorism”. Charles Neblett is a civil rights activist and founding

 

Neblett talks about Freedom Summer program in Mississippi to get voters to register. Charles Neblett is a civil rights activist

 

Neblett talks about the Freedom Singers to take the civil rights message throughout the North. Charles Neblett is a civil

 

Neblett talks about the power of singing as a motivator and as an organizing tool. Charles Neblett is a civil

 

Neblett talks about getting compensated as a community organizer, monetary and otherwise. Charles Neblett is a civil rights activist and

 

Neblett talks about singing and making music in jail to keep spirits up while fighting racial discrimination. Charles Neblett is

 

Neblett talks about his muliple arrests. Charles Neblett is a civil rights activist and founding member of The Freedom Singers.

 

Neblett talks about dealing with fear and fighting against racial injustice. Charles Neblett is a civil rights activist and founding

 

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

 

Neblett talks about reacting to segregation in diners, theaters and basketball games and using resistance. Charles Neblett is a civil

 

Neblett talks about the racial climate in Mississippi and how bad it was. He also talking about going there to

 

Grundy talks about occupation tactics as a civil rights strategy. Chester Grundy is a Diversity Advisor for the University of

 

Grundy talks about the ongoing issues of race. Chester Grundy is a Diversity Advisor for the University of Kentucky. This

 

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

 

Wallace reflects on the significance of the Kentucky Civil Rights Hall of Fame, how she felt about being inducted herself

 

Wallace relays Mattie Jones’ comment that it is the same people opposing the fairness campaign who were wearing hoods opposing

 

Wallace talks of her Dutch family who resisted the Nazis, how Anne Braden came to dinner, and begin her journey

 

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

 

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

 

Wallace reflects on life on the farm in Prospect, Kentucky. She remembers people calling her father names because of his

 

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

 

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

 

Wallace is torn when she is faced with coming out as gay and wonders how this will affect her reputation

 

Wallace describes the group she helped start called Showing Up for Racial Justice. It is a network of white racial

 

Elliott recalls lynchings in the woods and the start of the movement. Rev. Dr. Charles Elliott Jr. was born in

 

Neal talks about his father’s Union activity. Gerald Neal is a Kentucky State Senator from Louisville and a Civil Rights

 

Neal talks about his family and his neighborhood and her father’s union activism. Gerald Neal is a Kentucky State Senator

 

Neal describes the policy of Red Lining. Gerald Neal is a Kentucky State Senator from Louisville and a Civil Rights

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Neal learned from his son when he brought 10 white friends home from school. Gerald Neal is a Kentucky State

 

Neal reflects on urban renewal and its cost to black businesses and therefore its effect on generational wealth in the

 

Elliott recalls being in the car with Dr. King when white folks were protesting open housing in Louisville. They proceeded

 

Davis talks about fear. It’s fear that’s killing us. Merlene Davis graduated from the University of Kentucky with a Journalism

 

Davis says oppression is not for sissies. One has to be strong. Merlene Davis graduated from the University of Kentucky

 

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

 

Watts describes her work with the Civil Rights office in Chicago. She provided training on Civil Rights Policy in the

 

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

 

Watts recalls her work on women’s issues at the federal level. Beverly Watts is the Executive Director of the Tennessee

 

McMurry recalls the Florida case of the 6 year old being arrested. William F. McMurry is a professional liability attorney

 

McMurry recalls the Burris case in Livingston County, Kentucky about the 5-6 year old boy who was sent to jail

 

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

 

Anderson was in charge of Dr. King’s visit to Chicago. King spoke in 14 neighborhoods and led a march downtown.

 

Anderson reflects on the success (or lack thereof) of Albany, GA and of Dr. King’s northern strategy, specifically in Chicago.

 

Anderson recalls the community organizing scene in Chicago in the 1960s. Alan Anderson is the author of Confronting the Color

 

Delahanty discusses how her marriage thrived on shared values regarding race relations. How Judge Delahanty (her husband) was reprimanded for

 

Cunningham talks about the involvement and support of the church during the movement. Raoul Cunningham was born in 1943 and

 

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

 

Cunningham recalls meeting Stokely Carmichael upon his arrival at Howard University and they began organizing immediately. Raoul Cunningham was born

 

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

 

Cunningham talks about being a Howard University student and organizing the March months in advance. He describes traveling back to

 

Georgia Powers discusses the hospitality of Marlene Samuels when she wasn’t able to get a hotel room in Frankfort. Georgia

 

Georgia Powers talks about a civil rights demonstration in Wyandotte Park where rocks and cement were being thrown. Georgia Davis

 

Georgia Powers talks about joining the Southern Christian Leaders Conference and organizing Operation Selma. Georgia Davis Powers was born in

 

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

 

Georgia Powers sings “We Shall Overcome”. Georgia Davis Powers was born in Springfield, Kentucky in 1933. She is a politician

 

John Johnson discusses the importance of this oral history project and making these stories available to future generations. John Johnson

 

John Johnson recalls a funny story about marching in the rain. John Johnson was born in Franklin, Kentucky and is

 

John Johnson talks about the importance of instilling respect in young people. John Johnson was born in Franklin, Kentucky and

 

John Johnson talks about Laken Cosby and his son Dr. Kevin Cosby working to bring integration to Jefferson County neighborhoods

 

John Johnson talks about NAACP campaigns in Florida and South Carolina. John Johnson was born in Franklin, Kentucky and is

 

John Johnson encounters housing discrimination in NYC. John Johnson was born in Franklin, Kentucky and is the Executive Director of

 

John Johnson recalls Clarence Mitchell’s involvement in the civil rights movement. John Johnson was born in Franklin, Kentucky and is

 

John Johnson talks about the importance of understanding history and being aware of the struggles that people endured. John Johnson

 

John Johnson speaks about the assassination of Emmett Till and its effect on the civil rights movement. John Johnson was

 

John Johnson talks about Althea Simmons, the Director of Training for the NAACP. John Johnson was born in Franklin, Kentucky

 

John Johnson talks about the Little Rock Nine and NAACP Youth Advisor Daisy Bates. John Johnson was born in Franklin,

 

John Johnson talks about a NAACP demonstration in Washington DC and the rules that are involved. John Johnson was born

 

John Johnson talks about being harrassed at work when Bobby Kennedy was assassinated. John Johnson was born in Franklin, Kentucky

 

John Johnson discusses Kentucky’s higher education integration efforts. John Johnson was born in Franklin, Kentucky and is the Executive Director

 

Suzy Post talks about her current involvement in the Woman’s Movement (Emily’s List, Choice, and N.O.W.) and in Civil Rights.

 

Peeples talks about how students took over the president’s house at Columbia. P.G. Peeples began his career at the Urban