Interview with Les Campbell
QUESTION 31
INTERVIEWER:

All right, now, I wanna, after the school began again, the, the school board, the school union said they wanted you out and, and, I think five ot--five oth--other teachers. What were you thinking then? I mean, did you think that if you went out that you could say things? What was going through your mind?

LES CAMPBELL:

Well, I wasn't worried about the union wanting me out. I knew I had the support of the community, I knew I had the support of parents, I knew I had the support of activists all over the city, and I wasn't worried about the union and their concerns.