Interview with Dr. William Anderson
QUESTION 7
JAMES A. DEVINNEY:

I HAVE TO TELL YOU THAT LAURIE PRITCHETT SAID IT WASN'T ALL THAT SEGREGATED. THEY HAD A CATHOLlC MAYOR AND A JEWISH JUDGE.

Dr. William G. Anderson:

Well, when I speak of segregation, I don't speak in terms of segregation by religious origin, or for that matter so far as ethnic background is concerned. When I speak of segregation I'm speaking in terms of segregation between black and white. The Jews could change their names and be integrated into the society. There were others who merely needed to change their name to be accepted. It was a bit more difficult for a black to be accepted. So when I speak of total segregation I mean segregation based on race or color, not religious.

CAMERA CREW MEMBER:

OK, that was a roll-out on camera roll 546. We're going to camera roll 547.