Angela Davis Archive Comes to Harvard University

More than 50 years ago, Angela Davis became an icon of the civil rights movement and has been pushing for change ever since — even acting as an honorary co-chair and featured speaker at last year’s Women’s March on Washington.

Now, Harvard is home to the 74-year-old’s personal archives. Connecting Point’s Adam Reilly takes us through the more than 150 boxes of papers, photos, and other details that shed new light on one of the most radical and controversial women in American history.