“You know, it’s strange to get called out by the mother of civil rights.”
Reverend Farrell Duncombe
Reverend Farrell Duncombe grew up in the 1950s in Montgomery, Alabama. Once a mischievous young boy, he eventually stepped into his father’s shoes and became a pastor at his childhood church. At StoryCorps, he talked about the role models who inspired his path, including his Sunday school teacher, Miss Rosalie — known to the rest of the world as Rosa Parks.
Listen to Reverend Duncombe’s original StoryCorps interview.
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