Interview with Virginia Durr
QUESTION 29
INTERVIEWER:

SORRY COULD YOU PUT MY QUESTION INTO…

Virginia Durr:

There was so much resistance to uh, the schools being integrated because it would be the first time that black boys and white girls had gone to school together. And uh, they, they kept, you know screaming there'd be mixture of the races and miscegenation, and so forth. And the only mixed couple I know as far as Alabama is concerned is Johnnie Ford who's the mayor and he married a white girl from Bullock County. But they live, he's the mayor of uh, Tuskegee and as far as I know it's never been any trouble, or you know about it at all, not in Tuskegee.