Interview with Myrlie Evers
QUESTION 36
INTERVIEWER:

OK, NOW TALK TO ME ABOUT MEDGAR'S—WITH THAT IDEA OF HIS CHANGING AT THAT TIME AND YOU—HE'S UNCERTAIN ABOUT WHAT HE BELIVES IN RIGHT NOW IN TERMS OF DIRECT ACTION, VIOLENCE/NONVIOLENCE AND, TALK TO ME ABOUT HIS DIFFICULTY WITH THE NATIONAL OFFICE, NAACP, THE NATIONAL OFFICE AND THEY REALLY NOT BEING THERE WHEN HE NEEDED THEM.

Myrlie Evers:

Well, those were very difficult times, those times, the sixties—