Interview with Reverend Charles Stovall

by Charles Stovall (Interviewee),Jackie Lara (Interviewer),Brianna Hogg (Interviewer)
Dallas, Texas, United States April 3, 2017
Duration: 35:11
Interview with United Methodist pastor Charles Stovall (Rev. Leonard Charles Stovall), about his involvement in the anti-apartheid movement in Atlanta and Dallas conducted by students at Southern Methodist University (SMU). Stovall discusses his visits to South Africa. The interview discusses the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), political upheaval, Reverend Dr. Charles C. Stovall, working people, politics, college, pastor of a church, God, seminary, protests, a protest action, struggle for rights, the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People), companies in South Africa, Joe Lowery (Joseph Lowery), suffering in South Africa, Black, Couloreds, black people, white people, money, the civil rights movement, human rights, human dignity, Pan-African connections, pan Africanism, fighting for freedom, divesting, pressure on our government, City Hall, silent protest, the police, arrested, the South African government, the sacrifices people were making in South Africa, Nelson Mandela, years in prison, struggle, power conflicts, lessons from African activism, African people, political conflicts, liberation, white people, Dr. King (Martin Luther King, Jr.),the establishment, the United Methodist Church, a song, sexism, racism, a movement, the establishment, Lee Alcorn, corporate America, and a corporation.

Used by permission of Charles Stovall, Jackie Lara, and Brianna Hogg.