Recy Taylor was a 24-year-old mother when she was abducted at gunpoint and gang raped by a group of white men in Alabama in 1944. An activist named Rosa Parks was sent to investigate the attack. Taylor’s case, and a number of others like hers, helped spark the civil rights movement. Danielle Lynn McGuire explores the story and the pattern of racist, sexual assaults on black women, in her book, “At the Dark End of the Street”. In Tell Me More’s weekly “Behind Closed Doors” conversation, host Michel Martin speaks with the author as well as with rape survivor, Recy Taylor.