HE SLIPPED WITH THE MICROPHONE. [overlap]YES, IF, IT'S ABOUT GIVING ME A, A WHOLE STATEMENT.
OK. During the early sixties,particularly the period of ‘60, ‘61, ‘‘62 I'm referring to,the there was a great deal of motion on the major cotton plantations to push people off which was their livelihood and their way of survival for both sharecroppers and some tenant farmers in the black community and to delta area of Mississippi. And SNCC, Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, put out a call for food to help subsidize peoples' needs as they were coming into Greenwood and Greenville and Jackson and Bozone[sp?] and those various cities within delta of Mississippi. And one of the people they called was myself and we raised food in various communities that we knew a lot of people in. And so a guy by the name of Ben Taylor and myself collected food at East Lansing and at Ann Arbor and we brought it down to Louisville where we collected even larger truckloads and a bigger truck and we took the food to Clarksville which is in Coahoma County where Doc Henry was; he was the head of Mississippi NAACP. And it was a major disbursing point in the delta.