Part 1: Bill Ayers discusses when he attended the University of Michigan, what he studied, and how he developed an anti-war stance
Part 2: Bill Ayers discusses his experience at the March 1965 Teach-in, as well as his role in the October 1965 Selective Service Sit-in and his subsequent arrest.
Part 3: Bill Ayers discusses the morals behind the anti-war movement and how the Civil Rights Movement was a great inspiration
Part 4: Bill Ayers discusses what the draft meant to him, the draft's effect in general, and his own experience when he was drafted.
Part 5: Bill Ayers discusses his experience working in Cleveland for ERAP, as well as the goals of SDS and how change is created from below.