Deisha Rodriguez, freshman business major: It was nice to hear the voices of people from the past. I liked it that their words can never be altered. It was better than reading it on paper because of their voices and their accents and the emotions. Their words painted a picture in my mind of what was going on at that time. One man told a story about how he was light skinned and he was picked up by three Ku Klux Klan members. As they drove along the men talked about a lynching that they had been to earlier that day. He barely escaped.