A Sharecropper’s Voice: Odell McNeal

Odell McNeal is interviewed about his days working as a sharecropper in Mississippi in the 1940s and 1950s. He breaks down when he tries to talk about how hard his mother worked to raise her family.

James Meredith Recounts Integrating Ole Miss

The activist, author and first black graduate of the University of Mississippi remembers his integration of the school not as a struggle for civil rights but for citizenship. Meredith talks about the strength he got from his belief in God,…

‘Greensboro’s Child’: Civil Rights March Murders in North Carolina

Award Winning Documentary: Greensboro’s Child from All Aces Media on Vimeo. November 3, 1979. Greensboro, North Carolina. Willena Cannon, a lifelong civil rights activist and member of the Workers Viewpoint Organization, helped arrange a “Death to The Klan” rally and…

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