Interview with Linda Bryant-Hall
QUESTION 4
JUDY RICHARDSON:

I'm sorry; the kind of differences--

LINDA BRYANT HALL:

OK. The kinds of differences that existed here were, ah, the fact that Black people were all kinds of social-economic, ah, they--we had Blacks who lived there, Chicago public housing, we had Blacks who lived in very poor slum areas, and we had Blacks who lived on Chicago's gold coast--one of the richest communities in the world. Ah, and, but, they all had a commonality: they all needed Dr. King here to help their voices be heard. And, all of us wanted Dr. King to come. I mean, and to this day, ah, I realized that I was a very lucky person to get to meet him, and know him.