There was a lot of frustration, anguish, about what will be the fate of African Americans, will the city provide a humane society for African Americans, particularly working poor African Americans.
— Brenda E. Stevenson

One of the great truths about slavery across time and place is that most of the people who have been enslaved [are] women and children, the people we consider most vulnerable in our societies.
— Brenda E. Stevenson

View Brenda E. Stevenson’s interview here.