Robert L. MacKinnon talks about the civil rights movement and desegregation of the U.S. Army.
Mullen reflects on MLK, civil rights and atmosphere of the 1960s.
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.
Paula Guest remembers what it was like after the assassinations of JFK and MLK, and what she believes is the challenge for today’s society.
Howard J. Griner talks about important memories from the 1960s, including childhood, civil rights, Baltimore [Maryland] riots and worrying that his father would not get home from work before the city curfew.
Mrs. Paula Guest talks about the inspirational freedom songs of the civil rights movements, including “Lift Every Voice” and “We Shall Overcome”. She also shares about her grandfather in the Million Man March.
Interview by Tobi Ojo.