We continue our reports on societal stresses of the 1960s, including political, military and racial upheaval. It made some people uncertain about the nation's future.
Our first story featured the perspective of a white man who was a Milwaukee police officer in the `60s, in the middle of racial unrest. In this report, we ask an African American, Dr. Howard Fuller, director of the Institute for the Transformation of Learning at Marquette University.
Fuller has worn many hats. In the 1960s, he was a frequent protester in North Carolina, where he sometimes tangled with police.