Interview with Sandra Feldman
QUESTION 27
INTERVIEWER:

Are there any particular incidences of, of violence that you remember? Is there any one day that's really stayed in your mind as you were striking?

SANDRA FELDMAN:

Well, there were a number of days when there were a lot of, of, ah, volatile moments when there were crowds being kept away from the school by the police when the, ah, ah, teachers had to sort of walk through a gauntlet of, of shouting, jeering people. And, it was, it was very painful and very frightening. And it, there were a number of days like that. And, um, I used to meet them at a certain point and we'd just sort of walk together to the school where the picketing took place. And I think I provided some feeling of, well, protection somehow. I don't know exactly how, but I wasn't as afraid as they were.