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 being president of the NAACP in Louisiville and the issues they addressed. Darryl Owens is a Kentucky

 

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

 

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

 

Anderson reflects on the personal sacrifice of being in the movement. How it may have affected his job prospects. Alan

 

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

 

Cunningham talks of his officers and executive committee members: Raymond Burse, William Summers, Senator Georgia Powers, Darryl Owens, Caples, Elizabeth,

 

Cunningham emphasizes the importance of voter registration, voter education, and providing rides to the polls. Other problems are economic development

 

Cunningham says that the mission of the NAACP is more than just desegregation, it is also for excellence in education.

 

Cunningham talks about the lobbying process at the Federal NAACP. NAACP publishes a Civil Rights report card on the legislators

 

Cunningham talks about women in leadership positions in the civil rights movement. Raoul Cunningham was born in 1943 and began

 

Cunningham names his NAACP predecessors, C.H. Parrish, Mr. Warley (The case of Buchanan vs Warley started in Louisville and went

 

John Johnson talks about Myrlie Evers and her work in Los Angeles. John Johnson was born in Franklin, Kentucky and

 

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

 

John Johnson talks about Daisy Lampkin, a NAACP regional director. John Johnson was born in Franklin, Kentucky and is the

 

John Johnson takes a job with the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights after 22 years with the NAACP. John Johnson

 

John Johnson discusses past NAACP Director Kweisi Mfume and his determination to get young people involved in the cause. John

 

John Johnson remembers Benjamin Hooks, past director of NAACP. John Johnson was born in Franklin, Kentucky and is the Executive

 

John Johnson talks about the importance of the vote. John Johnson was born in Franklin, Kentucky and is the Executive

 

John Johnson discusses being asked to become president of the local NAACP by Reverend Grant Coleman. John Johnson was born

 

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

 

John Johnson discusses using old NAACP propaganda in modern ways. John Johnson was born in Franklin, Kentucky and is the

 

John Johnson talks about installing a W.E.B Dubois plaque commemorating Harper’s Ferry. John Johnson was born in Franklin, Kentucky and

 

John Johnson talks about the night that Medgar Evers was assassinated. John Johnson was born in Franklin, Kentucky and is

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

John Johnson talks about Rosa Parks and being involved in organizing her funeral in Montgomery Alabama. John Johnson was born

 

John Johnson talks about meeting Sheriff Lawrence Rainey and NAACP training materials. John Johnson was born in Franklin, Kentucky and

 

John Johnson discusses his work as Kentucky NAACP president. John Johnson was born in Franklin, Kentucky and is the Executive

 

John Johnson talks about being president of the local NAACP and getting the swimming pools integrated in his hometown of

 

Suzy Post talks about joining the ACLU board and how she advocated for a more activist board. She talks about

 

Suzy Post talks about Lyman T. Johnson being her mentor and what a fine human being he was. She relays

 

Mattie Jones talks about her work as an organizer in Atlanta and traveling with Anne Braden. Mattie Jones is a

 

Mattie Jones experiences racisim at a University of Louisville Work Study program and her mother suggests she join the movement.