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


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


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


Neal describes the scene in the West End after the death of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Gerald Neal is


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


Anderson says Dr. King was more galvanizing in retrospect than he was at the time. Alan Anderson is the author


Anderson received a telegram from the Ponca City chapter of the NCAA while in the Albany Georgia jail. Alan Anderson


Cunningham discusses the pledge for non-violence that was taken no matter what happened at the protests and demonstrations. Raoul Cunningham


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


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


Mattie Jones’ education on non-violence at The Highlander. Mattie Jones is a civil rights activist in Louisville, Kentucky. This interview


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


Edgardo Mansilla speaks about the lack of concern young people have regarding the current war versus the attitude of young