Taped by the WGBH Forum Network, a panel of civil rights and law experts gathered at the Museum of African American History to discuss the changes, or lack thereof, in society since the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

The panelists include Charles Ogletree, professor of law at Harvard Law School; Michael Curry, President of the NAACP Boston Branch; Avi Green, Co-chair of Scholars Strategy Network Working Group on Protecting and Expanding the Right to Vote; and Mariama White-Hammon, Former Executive Director (2001 - 2014) of Project HIP-HOP.  They discuss the importance of youth education in the Civil Rights Movement and what can still be done to promote equality across the country.

This talk was taped on July 2, 2014 at 6:00 p.m.