Selected segments, with brief description, notes and descriptive classification: 11 Southern Oral History Program historians carefully analyze each transcript and select particularly salient segments, adding notes and description. Point your mouse at one of the segment times below for a brief description of that segment. Click to go to that point in the transcript. Note: Not all selected segments have these features. [ 00:00:57 - 00:08:33 ] Foundation for the SCLC [ 00:13:55 - 00:19:34 ] Factors leading to the formation of the SCLC and its early leadership [ 00:19:35 - 00:26:55 ] Early leadership of the SCLC and the role of ministers [ 00:41:20 - 00:47:32 ] Formation of SNCC and the importance of collective action [ 00:47:33 - 00:53:49 ] Opposition of the NAACP to the SCLC's Crusade for Citizenship [ 01:36:29 - 01:43:23 ] Drafted to organize, but not "a person of authority" [ 01:55:00 - 02:05:56 ] Why Baker did not attain an official leadership position within the SCLC [ 02:05:57 - 02:13:07 ] Decision-making processes and deferment to Martin Luther King Jr. [ 02:21:04 - 02:31:18 ] The SCLC and spontaneous collective action [ 02:43:10 - 02:54:44 ] Youthful and direct action of SNCC and its expectations of leadership [ 03:14:40 - 03:19:37 ] Professional relationship with Martin Luther King Jr.