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This interview was conducted with Mr. William Dison who was born and raised in the state of Georgia. Mr. Dison grew up during a turbulent time (before the 1960s and beyond) when the United states continued to struggle with the...
Geoff Steere and his niece discuss civil rights then and now.
Russell D. Walker discusses his reflections on the new monument to his great grandmother, the pioneering banker and civil rights activist Maggie Lena Walker.
This interview focuses on Sandy’s experiences protesting for peace and civil rights in Chapel Hill, NC in her college days and throughout her life. She has lived in Greenbelt, MD for over 30 years.
Paul and Alison talk about his unique role of being a white male and civil rights activist (with a special expertise in female African American history). Paul used his privilege to help open doors for those who were at a...
Grandma explains her thoughts about the civil rights movement during her time as a mother
A small interview with an older gentleman born in 1956. He recounts the desegregation era and his childhood. (He desired to write points on a piece of paper so he could remember and answer properly).
Interviewed about civil right movement, however, Shannon lived in the west where the events were different.