Discussing "Guerrillas of Peace: Liberation Theology and the Central American Revolution," (published by South End Press) with the author Father Blase Bonpane.
Discussing the impact and significance of winning a Congressional Medal of Honor with recipient Charlie Litkey. A chaplain with the 25th Infantry in 1967, Litkey received the Medal of Honor for pulling several wounded soldiers to safety without regard to his own safety.
Discussing the book "Lame Deer, Seeker of Visions" with the authors John (Fire) Lame Deer and Richard Erdoes.
Discussing the sanctuary movement with Darlene Nicgorski, a member of the School Sisters of St Francis, an international community of women who serve in educational and pastoral ministries. The sanctuary movement began in the United States in the early 1980's.
Rev. Raymond Exum and Marguerite Klimkowski discuss the merits of the Equal Rights Amendment by comparing the 14th amendment, reviewing other federal and state laws, and considering gender based discrimination.
Discussing the arrest and subsequent trial of peace demonstrators at the Great Lakes Naval Base near Waukegan, Illinois with Sister Dorothy Gartland.
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.
A theologian and civil rights activist, Schomer refused ministerial exemption from the draft during World War II and, instead chose to register as a conscientious objector.
Interviewing Norman Thomas on the occasion of his 80th birthday.
Socialist Party leader and Presbyterian minister Norman Thomas discusses social progress, his political views, and where society is headed with Studs Terkel. This is the final part of his interview.
Discussing her reflections of what she saw in North Vietnam, including the bombed hospital, Bach Mai, with former nun Lillian Shirley. An elderly woman told Shirley that she didn't blame the American people for the bombings. Despite seeing 18 of 20 buildings of the Bach Mai Medical Center totally destroyed, Shirley said she found the Vietnamese people to be most cordial and happy.