A’Lelia Bundles – The need to do more for minority students

A’Lelia Bundles, national spokeswoman and great great-granddaughter of Madame C.J. Walker, says Indianapolis needs to do more for its minority students.

 

A’Lelia Bundles – What Attucks did for students

A’Lelia Bundles, national spokeswoman and great great-granddaughter of Madame C.J. Walker, talks about what Crispus Attucks High School did for its students.

 

Colin Powell – A mentor from Attucks

Former Secretary of State, and four-star general, Colin Powell talks about the importance of having Crispus Attucks High School alum Maj. Gen. Harry Broks as a mentor.

 

Colin Powell – The Attucks influence

Former Secretary of State, and four-star general, Colin Powell talks about the influence Maj. Gen. Harry Brooks, Attuck 1947, had on him.

 

Harry Brooks – ‘It’s my foundation’

Harry Brooks, the first African-American General from Indiana, talks about what Crispus Attucks High School did for him, and his career.

 

Harry Brooks – Giving the opportunity

Harry Brooks, the first African-American General from Indiana, talks about how his Crispus Attucks High School education influenced him as a general.

 

James Madison – Being held down

Indiana University History Professor James Madison on how much African-Americans were held down by whites in Indiana in the first half of the 20th century.

 

James Madison – The mindset

Indiana University History Professor James Madison on the mindset of many white Hoosiers in regard to African-Americans moving up from the South.

 

Janet Langhart Cohen – Identity, culture and love

Author, playwright and national spokeswoman Janet Langhart-Cohen reflects on what she would have missed had she not attended Crispus Attucks High School.

 

Janet Langhart Cohen – Poverty

Author, playwright and national spokeswoman Janet Langhart-Cohen talks about the poverty in her Indianapolis neighborhood.

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