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- memphis sanitation workers strike 2
- Racism 2
- 1965 Voting Rights Act 1
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Veda Ajamu (52) and her friend Josh Spickler (45) share a conversation around their childhoods, passion for rectifying the criminal justice system, and personal observations on best approaches to discussions on racism.
Dr. Noelle Trent (39) discusses with colleague and friend Dr. Charles McKinney (52) the experience of blackness throughout their early and current lives, pursuit of academia, and their experience in the subject of History.
Stacy Spencer (51) and his wife Rhonda Spencer (50) discuss their childhoods, a passion for social justice, the establishment of an interfaith organization designed to balance the equity in Memphis [MICAH], mutual community contributions, and the impact of the Civil...
Mr. Herbert H. Hilliard (72) talks with his colleague Faith Morris [no age given] about growing up poor in Woodstock, TN and Lucy, TN, his family's move to Memphis, becoming the first African American athlete at the University of Memphis,...
Elmore Nickleberry (88) and his son Calvin Taylor (70) discuss Elmore's life during the late '60s, his work with the sanitation department after serving in the Army, how the sanitation strike came about, and hopes for the city of Memphis.
Rev. Dr. Andre E. Johnson (54) interviewed by National Civil Rights Museum employee Constance Dyson (54) about growing up in North Memphis, participating in the Boy's Club as a kid, his social justice work in the Memphis community, his call...
Pitt Hyde (77) talks to his colleague Faith Morris (64) discuss the work Pitt has contributed to the community of Memphis, his involvement the Civil Rights Museum board, and his work as an entrepreneur.
Adrienne Bailey (68) and her son Justin Bailey (41) discuss life for Adrienne in Chatanooga, her college and career advances, meeting her husband, D'Army Bailey, and his contribution towards establishing the Civil Rights Museum.
Dr. Bill Adkins (72) and friend, Dr. LaSimba Gray Jr. (73) discuss the history of the community of Memphis, mutual accomplishments in the civil rights movement, and the importance to transition information to the up-and-coming generation.
Emily Yellin (58) and her conversation partner Rosalind Withers [no age given] discuss the contributions of their fathers in media within the Civil Rights era. Rosalind recalls the imagery her father captured in the Emmett Till trial, the sanitation workers'...