A diverse panel of Gage Park residents discuss racial integration at Gage Park High School, neighborhood change, and race relations in general.
Interviewing a young white cabbie and farewell comments on the plane ride home when Studs traveled home from Montgomery, Alabama.
Julia Koscis discusses being an immigrant, racism and daily life. She talks with Studs about her fears of African Americans upon arriving at Ellis Island, New York from Hungary, and living closely with them before moving on to Dayton, Ohio. She discusses some of her life before moving to Chicago from Dayton, Ohio.
Recorded in the Taylor's home against a backdrop of sounds created by a nine-children family, Studs, Alice and Bob discuss aspects of a white family living in a predominately African-American amidst an exodus of the white, Christian community. Includes a performance of "Onward, Christian Soldiers" by the family around their piano, and "Jesus Loves Me" by two of the children.
Interviewing in Montgomery, Alabama, with a newspaper woman, Ruth and hostess (part 3). He talks with several people about their thoughts on the March on Washington.