A number of prominent African-Americans were featured on Edward R. Murrow’s original This I Believe radio series. Their words helped build momentum for the civil rights movement in the years leading up to the Montgomery bus boycott, lunch-counter sit-ins and the march on Washington. Click the links below to hear their inspiring words.
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Top 100 Essays USB DriveThis USB drive contains 100 of the top This I Believe audio broadcasts of the last ten years, plus some favorites from Edward R. Murrow's radio series of the 1950s. It's perfect for personal or classroom use! Click here to learn more.
This week’s essayHelen Cunningham has an open-door policy at her house—she has hosted dozens of exchange students, visiting artists, and extended family and friends in need of a place to stay. Through her lifelong practice of inviting guests from around the world, Ms. Cunningham has come to believe that when her guest room is full, so is her heart. Click here to read her essay.