Joan Beemer discusses several aspects of the Vietnam War; including draft numbers, friends who went to Vietnam and how the public reacted to returning vets.
Dwain Mullen reflects on his early life experiences, including school and the tragic and accidental death of his father.
Dwain Mullen talks about what it was like to grow up with segregated schools, one school for all grades and more.
Mullen reflects on MLK, civil rights and atmosphere of the 1960s.
Mullen’s thoughts on APG, Aberdeen, and the Vietnam War.
Dwain Mullen speaks about Black Power, influential blacks in his life, and being black in the 1960s.
Paula Guest reflects on the 1960s. Topics include tanks in the streets of Baltimore, black power, her own personal account of racism, and more reflections on the assassinations of MLK and JFK.