Phil Oakley was a 21-year-old journalist working at the Dallas Morning News, when he was sent to Austin in 1966 to investigate a protest at the capital by farm workers, who were being led by Cesar Chavez. Fast forward 50 years. Phil learns about the Center for Ethics and Leadership's event commemorating the 1966 farm workers labor rights march and remembers that decades ago he put audio clips of Cesar Chavez and rare color photos of the march in a drawer somewhere. Prompted by the memory of this event, which he describes as life-changing, Phil locates the never-before-heard audio clips and photos and contacts center director, Jack Musselman. After a conversation that led Phil to fly to Austin to attend the center's panel discussion and plaque dedication ceremony, Phil announced that he will donate the audio tapes and photos to the St. Edward's University archives in the Munday Library.