Greetings fellow Classroom 2.0'ers. I want to send out a request, particularly to members in the southern states of USA. (Moderators, if this is misplaced, please re-direct me.) In a couple of weeks I am making a journey through Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, and North Carolina to visit some sites with historical significance to the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950's-1960's. I will be blogging about this trip. (http://www.learnwithmenow.wordpress.com) I am very interested in interviewing people who participated in marches, sit-ins, voter registration drives, and the like while I on this trip. I will be stopping in Memphis, Birmingham, Selma, Montgomery, Atlanta, Raleigh, and Washington DC. I am aware of the Veterans of the Civil Rights Movement website, and I am working through that to try to make contacts. However, that site is not updated regularly, so I do not have confidence that I will find people to interview. Another thing I would be interested in doing is visiting classrooms in these cities to have students there tell me their families' stories. Can anyone in Classroom 2.0 help me with these connections?