Studs continues his discussion of religion in contemporary society with Catholic Msgr. John Egan, Dr.
Studs discusses religion in contemporary society with Catholic Msgr. John Egan, Dr.
Interviewing Sister Mary William of Marillac House.
Discussing the time he spent living in Nicaragua with the Reverend Grant Gallup.
Reverend W. Alvin Pitcher and Dr. Richard Wade discuss how violence and civil disobedience intertwine with civil rights, economic differences, and the importance of education.
Interview with Rev. George Morey and Jim Lee Osborne. They discuss southern country living and compare it to urban life and stereotypes. Studs reads a short excerpt from an article written by Mike Royko, columnist from the Chicago Tribune, who also interviewed Jim Lee Osborne. Also includes a short excerpt from an interview with Billy Jo Gatewood, another Appalachian transplant to Chicago.
Discussion of Division Street: America [Continuation of interview at the end of 1925659-3-1]
Father Leonard Dubi and community advocates Denise Ponzetti and Mary Lou Wolff discuss the Citizen's Action Program and community activism in Chicago.
John A. McDermott and Sister Mary Peters discuss Catholic Church's Participation in Civil Rights Movement. Includes interview with unknown Catholic man opposed to nuns' and priests' involvement. Includes song "It Isn't Nice" by Judy Collins.
Discussing the book "Lame Deer, Seeker of Visions" with the authors John (Fire) Lame Deer and Richard Erdoes.
Friar Tuck, as he was also known, was very active in socialist causes in Chicago. In the sweatshops, working fourteen or fifteen hours was the norm. Carolyn Ashbaugh's book "Lucy Parsons" goes over Parsons' movement for the 8-hour work day.
Interviewing pacifist Reverend William Sloane Coffin.