Click the video below to view the interview with Theresa Burroughs, founder of the Safe House Black History Museum in Hale County, Alabama. She was kind enough to record a phone interview with KZMU’s Serah Mead in the Fall of 2010.
From Serah: “I had the pleasure of knowing Theresa while I lived in Greensboro. I grew up in the infamously culturally diverse bubble of the Bay Area but, ironically, never had a true of understanding racism, tolerance, and civil rights until I lived in the still-somewhat-segregated rural south. In late 2010 I conducted a phone interview with Theresa, to learn her story as a foot solder in the Selma to Montgomery March and hear her thoughts on the future of race and change in Hale County and beyond.”
For more info about the Safe House Black History Museum follow this link: http://safehousemuseum.blogspot.com/