- 1 hr 37 min
Katherine Alman's eight year story began in 1964. Katy, Kate, or kathy, as she was known by her friends and family, was a college student who, instead of going to grad school, started teaching children in South America. She ended up teaching the men to read. It there that she learned the injustices of government. After teaching southern black American children, she learned there was injustice in the United States. By 1967, Kate and her boyfriend, Bob, became antiwar activists. By 1968, she and Bob protested the Democratic Convention in Chicago. The couple was too busy to start a family.