Filmed interview with Charles Diggs conducted for Eyes on the Prize. Discussion centers on the trial of Emmett Till's killers (which he attended), the impact of the Till case, the Montgomery Bus Boycott, and battles over segregation in Congress.
Interview gathered as part of Eyes on the Prize: America's Civil Rights Years (1954-1965). Produced by Blackside, Inc. Housed at the Washington University Film and Media Archive, Henry Hampton Collection.
Hicks, James L., 1916-1986, Bates, Daisy, Diggs, Charles C., Till, Emmett, 1941-1955, Wright, Mose Arthur, 1924-, Central High School (Little Rock, Ark.), African American journalists, African American veterans, Journalists, Civil rights--History--20th century, Civil rights movements--United States, Race relations--United States, Oral History--United States
Washington University in St. Louis, Blackside, Inc.