Wisdom from Civil Rights elders
The Civil Rights movement of the 1960s is often characterized as one of "nonviolent resistance," but that term fails to get at the deep moral and spiritual roots that gave the movement its power. Listen to those at the heart of movement, and you'll hear it described as "love in action," and as a living manifestation of "the beloved community"—a community from which no one was excluded, even the enemy.
- Love in Action: An interview with Congressman, and civil rights leader, John Lewis
- Is America Possible? An interview with civil rights leader Dr. Vincent Harding
- Where does it hurt? An interview with civil rights leader Ruby Sales
- Opening the question of race to the question of belonging. An interview with John Powell, director of the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society at the University of California at Berkeley
- Remaining Awake through a Great Revolution (Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.)