Carl Murphy was the editor and publisher of the Afro American Newspapers for 45 years. In this profile, we hear from Carl Murphy's grandson Ben Phillips, and we hear Bill Grimmette read some of Murphy's stirring editorials.
Gloria Richardson was a leader of the civil rights movement in Cambridge during the 1960's. This woman was a formidable opponent to those who fought against equal rights and cut an inspiring figure to all who labored for the cause.
Rosa Parks, who was the inspiration that led to this entire series, is profiled in this last segment of our feature series. Listen to a 1956 interview with Rosa Parks, in which she describes the events of that day, the boycott, and her reasons for doing what she did.