A relentless leader, a dynamic speaker, and a forceful organizer, James Farmer was one of the first civil rights activists to use nonviolent direct action to fight for dignity and justice. Yet at what cost? His own family suffered from his frequent absences, prison stays, and threats made on his life. The Good Fight chronicles Farmer’s life from his earliest days as a “Great Debater” at Wiley College to his legacy teaching a new generation of students about the movement that shaped a country.
- Wiley Library Dedication
- Wiley College Choir Records Freedom Songs
- A Conversation with Robert Eisele
- Two mini-documentaries
- Freedom Summer
- For Love and Justice
Runtime: 65 Minutes