A cabin where an African American family lived, in Hale County, Alabama during the Great Depression.
As the 1874 campaign for governor and state legislature began in Alabama, the Pike County Democratic Party’s platform gave supporters this guidance for how to treat white Republicans.
H. J. Williams describes what it was like to go to school and work in the segregated South.
H. J. Williams, in an interview about living in the segregated South, shares a memory of a lynching that took place in Yazoo County, Mississippi.
H. J. Williams, in an interview about living in the segregated South, describes when he first realized that blacks and whites were treated differently.