Interview with Fred Black
QUESTION 25
LOUIS MASSIAH:

What was that line that had Tony and Adrian going to the administration building but kept you out?

FRED BLACK:

Well I think, the difference in why people decided one way or the other as to what to do about the takeover was a function of what you thought the right option was for getting the administration to act--I did not personally believe that that was the best way to accomplish our goals. Therefore, I felt fairly certain I was doing the right thing by not participating in the takeover in the administration building, March of 68. I think maybe those who made the decision to participate maybe were not as firm in their belief that that was the right thing, but at that point they felt that the options had disappeared and therefore leaders of this organizations were going to continue it to its logical conclusion. i just felt that that wasn't the way I saw the solution ever being worked out--confrontational politics to me was not the answer.

LOUIS MASSIAH:

Good. Lets cut