Interviews with Civil Rights Leaders

Civil rights leaders discuss the importance of Brown v. Board of Education and its impact on the country, focusing on the progress America has made, and the challenges we still face to truly realize the dream of Brown by providing a quality education for all.

Wade Henderson, LCCR

Wade Henderson, LCCR (3:23)

Barbara Arnwine, Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights

Barbara Arnwine, Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights (3:38)

Kim Gandy, NOW

Kim Gandy, NOW (2:34)

Cheryl Jacques, HRC

Cheryl Jacques, HRC (3:40)

Laura Murphy, ACLU

Laura Murphy, ACLU (2:15)

William Novelli, AARP

William Novelli, AARP (2:23)

Ted Shaw, NAACP LDF

Ted Shaw, NAACP LDF (3:17)

Bill Taylor, CCCR

Bill Taylor, CCCR
on Resistance (2:35)
on Progress (2:38)

Dr. Dorothy I. Height, NCNW

Dr. Dorothy I. Height, NCNW (3:33)

Julian Bond, NAACP

Julian Bond, NAACP (3:15)

Andrew Imparato, AAPD

Andrew Imparato, AAPD (2:35)

Judith Lichtman, National Partnership for Women and Families

Judith Lichtman, National Partnership for Women and Families (3:16)

Karen Narasaki, NAPALC

Karen Narasaki, NAPALC (2:57)

Bill Spriggs, Urban League

Bill Spriggs, National Urban League (3:07)

Reg Weaver, NEA

Reg Weaver, NEA (2:06)

Raul Yzaguirre, NCLR

Raul Yzaguirre, NCLR (2:25)