Interview with Virginia Durr
QUESTION 10
INTERVIEWER:

COULD YOU TALK ABOUT THAT?

Virginia Durr:

Well, uh, I can't say that women did more than the men did they both uh, you know, took chances on losing their jobs. They both, they both took chances on losing their insurance, they both took chances on uh, you know, being killed. That they both, and I don't see it, one women or men who were braver than the other but the women uh, did more of the sort of raising money and having barbecues or whatever to raise money and the, see the, the whole movement was more or less founded in the church, and the women more or less run the church uh, because they have time to, at least the ones that don't have full-time jobs. And uh, right now they're not very many full-time jobs black women or black men either.