Civil Rights and School Desegregation

David has researched, written and published on civil rights history and school desegregation in Kentucky and elsewhere. His pursuits include two oral history grants and several interviews available at the Kentucky History Center. Below are some of his articles and links to the oral history project at the Kentucky History Center.

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We Shall Overcome, Two Films on Selma, Social Education, Nov-Dec 2015

“Eyes Off The Prize,” The Social Studies, May-June 2004.

School Desegregation Depicted in Docudrama (Soc Ed)

Wolfford, Louis Stout, Ky Monthly

Cincinnati’s March on Washington

David’s Interviews and the Civil Rights Movement project


David Wolfford is a teacher, writer, and storyteller. He is a University of Kentucky graduate, a James Madison Fellow, a National Board certified teacher, and student of history and politics. He teaches Government and Politics at Mariemont High School in Cincinnati. David has written for Ohio Valley History, Social Education, Kentucky Monthly, The Weekly Standard, Cincinnati Enquirer, Lexington Herald-Leader, and National Review Online.