Interview with James Bevel
QUESTION 14
JAMES A. DEVINNEY:

OK, so young girls thirteen to eighteen, they were pretty good. Who was the next group to respond?

JAMES BEVEL:

Then the elementary students. They can comprehend that. And of course, I guess the last guys to get involved—most of them was finally got involved—is the high school guys, or the last days because the brunt of the violence in the South was directed towards the young males. So that the females had not experienced that kind of negative violence even the white males as readily as they, the young black males did. So they didn't have the kind of immediate fear say of white policemen, as the young men did. So their involvement was more spontaneous and up front than say, the guys—

CAMERA CREW MEMBER:

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