On the frontlines of civil rights

Asante's longtime nurse Geneva Craig recounts the early days of the civil rights movement in Selma, Alabama, marching on the Emund Pettus Bridge on that bloody Sunday, and the advice Martin Luther King Jr. gave her.

Mike G
7 months agoMay 4, 2022
That was great. Thank you
tina manise
7 months agoMay 10, 2022
I can listen to you for hours Geneva!
I love you and what you have taught me
Debbie Daggett
7 months agoMay 17, 2022
08:12:46
Wow, those photos were hard to see. Thank you Geneva for being a leader for change. Your courage is inspiring.
Anonymous
7 months agoMay 17, 2022
Thank you Geneva, for opening my eyes and heart,to issues I didn't fully understand. For you to have lived through that era, and then share with us your perspective on it, is invaluable.
Stephanie F
7 months agoMay 18, 2022
I feel so fortunate to have worked with you on IRC, and cherish your leadership from those days. Love you!
Trish C.
7 months agoMay 18, 2022
Geneva was one of the first people I met at TRMC.  She gave me a flu shot my first week here.  Geneva, you radiate compassion and hospitality.  I appreciate and greatly admire your spirit of resiliency, justice and service.  Thank you for sharing your story.
Kaylea J
7 months agoMay 19, 2022
Geneva - you're one of my favorite humans that I have ever had the pleasure to meet and work with. Thank you for sharing your wisdom and experience with us.
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