Interview with Robert Williams conducted for America, They Loved You Madly, a precursor to Eyes on the Prize. Discussion centers on integration campaigns in Monroe, North Carolina, Ku Klux Klan violence against the movement, and support for armed self-defense among civil rights activists.
Williams, Robert F. (Robert Franklin), 1925-1996, Ku Klux Klan (1915-), NAACP Legal and Educational Fund, Discrimination in public accomodation, North Carolina--Race relations, Civil rights--History--20th century, Civil rights movements--United States, Race relations--United States, Oral History--United States
Interview with James Hoffman conducted for America, They Loved You Madly, a pre-cursor to Eyes on the Prize. No known picture element exists for this interview. Discussion centers on the Montgomery Bus Boycott, Montgomery, Ala., 1955-1956.
Interview with Annie Devine conducted for Eyes on the Prize. This is an audio only interview as camera roll was never processed during production. Discussion centers on the disappearance of James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael Schwerner and the effect on other civil rights workers.