Cy and Carolyn King, longtime activists with the NC Council of Churches, have given interviews on the history of the struggle for civil rights in North Carolina. The primary focus of these conversations is on civil rights activities in the 1950s and 1960s. Other topics include the Institute of Religion at Community UCC (the Raleigh church which the Kings attend), Cy’s work at NCSU Libraries, and the Martin Luther King march held annually in Raleigh on the MLK holiday.
These conversations took place in Cy and Carolyn’s living room. Robert Parrish is directing the conversation, and Lavon Page is filming and joining in occasionally.
— Sandy Irving, Volunteer Program Associate