Thank you to Morehouse College Human Rights Film Festival for hosting this post-film screening conversation and posting it on YouTube (Please see link.). My mother, Dr. Georgianne Thomas, and I had an amazing time talking with Dr. Beverly Guy-Sheftall of Spelman College about our documentary, “Foot Soldiers: Class of 1964,” which was screened virtually as a part of Morehouse’s Symposium on the Atlanta Student Movement in October 2021. Many of you have seen the film, and we thank you for your support, encouragement, and prayers! In this conversation, we share personal stories, talk about the making of the film, and try to share words of encouragement for the next generation working for justice. Our documentary tells the story of women in the Class of 1964 of Spelman College and their participation in the largest, coordinated series of civil rights protests during their “freshman” year of college. The foot soldiers. My mother was one of those foot soldiers. We honor the unknown faces in the crowd who participated in the Atlanta Student Movement. We are thankful to God for the blessing of this film’s journey! Thank Dr. Clarissa Myrick-Harris for including us in the Symposium. We are grateful to be able to continue to share this important Atlanta story that changed the world.