Part of an interview with Essie Shelton Jacobs by Claytee White on February 1, 1996 and April 15, 1996. Jacobs discusses her role as a shop steward in the Culinary Union and describes community relations with the union.
Part of an interview with David Washington by Claytee White on March 18, 2009. Washington describes how he worked to serve as a role model and helped start the Black Firefighters Association, serving as President for the first two years.
Part of an interview with Woodrow Wilson conducted by Gwendolyn Goodloe on February 28, 1975. Wilson recalls his experiences in the NAACP and the Nevada Legislature, particularly his support for equal rights in business and housing.
Part of an interview with Cora Williams by Kathlyn E. Wilson on March 11, 1975. Williams describes early housing in West Las Vegas and explains how blacks helped each other build homes despite their inability to obtain loans.
Part of an interview with Rev. Prentiss Walker conducted by Bernard Timberg on January 27, 1974. Walker describes discrimination during Hoover Dam construction and life in Las Vegas prior to segregation.