When Darby graduated from Emory University and enrolled at Ivy League schools in the East—Harvard and Tufts—he found many comrades who shared his admiration for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Freedom Riders as well as his dedication to the anti-war movement. Darby embraced the freedom of the late 1960’s, studied hard to excel in his classes, and was very proud to find a paid position as an anti-war activist in California. Few of Darby’s friends realized that the crusading anti-racism, anti-war activist was also fighting a very personal war to ignore the beckoning red clay grave he imagined waiting for him in Georgia. The sensitive and brilliant young man’s manic depression sometimes led to wild exuberance and other times to suicidal thoughts and attempts to end his life.
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