Rip Patton was arrested in 1961. That's when he and a group of other college students drove from Nashville to Alabama to join the Freedom Rides, where they boarded Greyhound busses and attempted to use white-only lunch counters and bathrooms throughout the South.
Rip remembers this experience as one of his most meaningful, and he talked in our live series Movers & Thinkers about the lessons he took from it.
This audio is an excerpt from the latest episode of our Movers & Thinkers podcast. Hear the full interview with Rip Patton by listening to our podcast on our website, on Apple Podcasts or on Google Play.