Interview of Judge Robert Carter conducted for Eyes on the Prize. Discussion centers on Brown v. Board of Education and the legal battles that led to the Brown ruling, and Carter's working relationship with Thurgood Marshall.
Filmed interview with Harry Briggs Jr. for Eyes on the Prize. He discussed conditions in segregated schools in South Carolina, his parents' lawsuit, and retaliation against his family as a result of the suit.
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.
Filmed interview with Dr. Kenneth Clark conducted for Eyes on the Prize. Discussion centers on Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka and his research into the psychological consequences of racism for black Americans.
Interview conducted with Virginia Durr as part of America, They Loved You Madly in 1979, a precursor to Eyes on the Prize. Discussion centers on segregation in Montgomery and the Montgomery Bus Boycott.