Delahanty discusses how he wants people viewing the interview in the future to respond to what they’ve heard and what
Hamilton recalls getting involved in the civil rights movement through his art and art groups. Ed Hamilton is a sculptor
Wallace talks of the intersection of a myriad of civil rights issues with the common thread of race. Carla Wallace
Neblett talks about the trial of Emmett Till and the bus boycott in Alabama and how motivated him into getting
Neblett talks about his mother and how she instilled self-respect in her children. Charles Neblett is a civil rights activist
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
Wallace reflects on life on the farm in Prospect, Kentucky. She remembers people calling her father names because of his
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.
Neal discusses the need for government policies that encourage opportunities in the West End. He says we are at a
Neal tells how his parents sent him and his sister to the Highlander Folk School where they learned so much.
Elliott recalls lynchings in the woods and the start of the movement. Rev. Dr. Charles Elliott Jr. was born in
Watts recalls how lighter skin was judged to be more desireable within the black community itself. Beverly Watts is the
Watts explains how her experience at SIU Carbondale was a culture shock. She became an activist advocate for racial justice
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
Anderson received a telegram from the Ponca City chapter of the NCAA while in the Albany Georgia jail. Alan Anderson
Anderson discusses Chicago’s De Facto Discrimination in the 1960s and 1970s. Alan Anderson is the author of Confronting the Color
Cunningham describes becoming active in the youth council at age 14. Raoul Cunningham was born in 1943 and began working
Delahanty talks about people who were involved in race relations being identifiied as communists. It was the era of McCarthyism
Delahanty discusses how her marriage thrived on shared values regarding race relations. How Judge Delahanty (her husband) was reprimanded for
Suzy Post talks about joining the ACLU board and how she advocated for a more activist board. She talks about
Suzy Post discusses the massive demonstrations in Louisville against Fair Housing and she proclaims her dismay that she was never
Mattie Jones reflects on her decision to join the Civil Rights Movement. Mattie Jones is a civil rights activist in
Mattie Jones talks about her decision to get involved in the Civil Rights Movement. Mattie Jones is a civil rights
Mattie Jones experiences racisim at a University of Louisville Work Study program and her mother suggests she join the movement.
Mattie Jones relates joining the Civil Rights Movement to confessing to Christ. Mattie Jones is a civil rights activist in
Attending a meeting a Georgia Davis Powers’ house inspires Mattie Jones to fight for a better future for her children.