Co-directed by Phyllis Leffler and Julian Bond

"Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter."
-- Martin L. King

Charles Ogletree speaks on going to the public library.

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Oral history provides a richly textured layer to the history recorded in books and articles. This site features a collection of interviews of leaders in the black community. Conducted chiefly by Julian Bond, national chairman of the NAACP and professor of history at the University of Virginia, these oral histories focus on issues of black leadership and the transformational role of the civil rights movement in America.

By concentrating on leadership in equal measure to the remembered past of peoples' lives, the conversations implicitly connect the ways in which historical circumstances create the conditions for the future.

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