Interview with Dr. William Dinkins
QUESTION 1
INTERVIEWER:

ON FEBRUARY 1965 YOU WERE ONE OF THE TWO BLACK DOCTORS ON THE STAFF OF GOOD SAMARITAN HOSPITAL, WHAT WAS THE ATTITUDE OF THE WHITE DOCTORS WHEN IT CAME TO TREATING CIVIL RIGHTS DEMONSTRATORS THAT MIGHT BE INJURED?

Dr. William Dinkins:

When the civil rights movement reached Selma the white doctors let it be known, maybe not directly but by insinuation that they would not be involved in the treatment of any civil rights workers who may get injured.