Tobi Ojo, a student interviewer of Mrs. Paula Guest and Mr. Howard Griner, talks about how the oral history process changed his viewpoint on history of the 1960s.
Agnes Minor speaks about the cultural changes which she experienced growing up in a very rural area in Harford County. She reflects on lack of electricity and indoor plumbing; and comments on the impact of TV and radio.
Agnes Minor talks about her involvement in the civil rights movement. In this longer video, she discusses what it was like to not only protest, but also about getting arrested for her demonstration.
Agnes Minor discusses forced integration in Harford County, and what it was like for the African-American students who took part in it.
Agnes Minor discusses her life following her graduation from Central Consolidated School, the segregated school for Harford County. She speaks on Morgan State University and on working for the Department of Defense at Aberdeen Proving Ground for over 35 years.