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


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


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


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


Hamilton talks about his parents and his early life in Louisville. Ed Hamilton is a sculptor living in Louisville, KY.


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


Owens talks about the struggles of desegregation. Darryl Owens is a Kentucky State Representative and a Civil Rights Lawyer. This


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


Owens talks about being in the ROTC and encountering discrimination at a diner. Darryl Owens is a Kentucky State Representative


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


Grundy talks about visiting a park after desegregation and being underwhelmed. Chester Grundy is a Diversity Advisor for the University


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


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


Davis describes her early life in Owensboro, Kentucky and how she was the first of three students to integrate the


Merlene Davis carried the stress of school in her neck. Her days at the desegregated school were stressful. Merlene Davis


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


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


Watts is moved to teach on the Northwest Side of as part of the desegregation of the teachers Chicago Public


Anderson talks about origins of the women’s movement, the NAACP and the clarity of these issues in earlier times. Now,


Anderson speaks of how black teachers lost their jobs when the schools integrated and how he remembers colored and white


Anderson says that people ask him how he joined the Civil Rights movement. He says he didn’t. He was just


Anderson discusses Chicago’s De Facto Discrimination in the 1960s and 1970s. Alan Anderson is the author of Confronting the Color


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


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


John Johnson talks about Jefferson County being one of the most integrated school systems in the nation. John Johnson was


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


Peeples talks about the discrimination he encountered at the University of Kentucky and maintaining a sense of humor. P.G. Peeples


Peeples talks about when his high school integrated. P.G. Peeples began his career at the Urban League of Lexington soon