Interview with Linda Bryant-Hall
QUESTION 18
JUDY RICHARDSON:

Talk about how the mood was different in terms of the sense of self-defense on the march. And then possibly throwing the bottles or the bricks back.

LINDA BRYANT HALL:

OK. Yea. It was--you felt really threatened. You felt like this was not just a regular picket-line that you're walking, where you're going to go down and make your presence known and walk your ah, mile or two and come back ah, a given route. Ah, when you got there you really felt like you were surrounded by an air of hatred. And, even Dr. King had ah, mentioned, when he marched, that Chicago had some of the worst people that he'd ever encountered. Ah--

JUDY RICHARDSON:

Just a second, because I'm asking you the wrong question. Ah--