The civil rights movement in America started when ordinary people took a stand and demanded change. In 1951, Barbara Johns decided that change was necessary and led a strike of Black students. The Moton Student Strike produced three-fourths of the plaintiffs in Brown vs Board of Education and marked the start of the modern civil rights movement in America. The Robert Russa Moton Museum in Farmville is the home of this story. Living Local host Kianna Price talks with Cameron Patterson, executive director of the Moton Museum.