Interview with Dr. William Anderson
QUESTION 26
JAMES A. DEVINNEY:

WELL, INSOFAR AS YOU TRIED TO DESEGREGATE MANY, MANY THINGS FROM SWIMMING POOLS TO THEATRES.

Dr. William G. Anderson:

We recognized that—that Albany was totally segregated and—and we were frustrated by determining what targets we should take. And we did go at all targets at the same time. This means we—we sought to desegregate the buses at the same time, integrate the lunch counters and integrate the bus station and the train station all at the same time.