Interview with Sandra Feldman
QUESTION 26
INTERVIEWER:

OK, fall of '68 there are a number of strikes in Ocean Hill-Brownsville. What is your day-to-day work and just talk about what you were doing now in terms of--

SANDRA FELDMAN:

Well, I was simply assigned to, ah, go out and stay with the teachers. I was out there with the teachers, ah, a union presence, I guess I was protecting them or something, ah, and it, it was very difficult because it got, you know, it got very volatile in the streets, and teachers were frightened, ah, they were on the picket lines and they would get yelled at and called names and, ah, and I basically stayed out there, ah, on the lines with the teachers and got left when they left. That was basically what my assignment was.