This week on The Tavis Smiley Show
Memories of the Movement, Part 1: Dr. Freeman Hrabowski recalls how he became a child leader in the movement; Danny Glover connects his own emergence as an activist to bearing witness to the movement; Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton of Washington, D.C. was part of the movement's most turbulent days as a young law student in Mississippi.
Memories of the Movement, Part 2: Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sr. recalls the events that led him to take a pivotal role in the movement; Dr. Raye Richardson recalls her struggles against segregation; Yuri Kochiyama remembers the fear and excitement she experienced when meeting Malcolm X; Rep. John Lewis remembers the fight he helped wage for the Voting Rights Act.
Memories of the Movement, Part 3: Dorothy Tillman tells why she joined the movement; Robert Graetz recalls his friendship with Rosa Parks; Harry Belafonte recalls Dr. King's sense of humor; Andrew Young on meeting President Johnson in 1968; Elizabeth Eckford and Jefferson Thomas, who helped integrate Little Rock's Central High School; Dick Gregory on the courage of the activists.
Quote of the week
Love gives you the right to be free.