Interview with Rev. Ralph Abernathy
QUESTION 29
CALLIE CROSSELY:

One of the things that is said about the Albany movement when people discuss, was it a failure, was it success [sic], is that Laurie Pritchett may have beat the movement then because he met nonviolence with nonviolence. Is it true that nonviolence doesn't work if it's met with nonviolence?

Rev. Ralph Abernathy:

Well, I can only say that it slows it down. If you have a goal, and if you have the eyes on the prize, you will not give up until the system is changes[sic], till the problem is solved in the community, until your goals are fully accomplished, and so, [roll-out] consequently, Mr. Pritchett—

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