Interview with Dr. Grant Friley
QUESTION 35
SHEILA C. BERNARD:

Have you--I mean having gone through that, having gone through the Marines and that kind of racism, and having gone through the riots, how do you feel?

GRANT FRILEY:

Right now?

SHEILA C. BERNARD:

Yeah.

GRANT FRILEY:

Same bullshit it's the same stuff. You know deal with me one on one, that's what this is about-- can you respect me, I don't hate you because you're White, I mean that's bullshit, they got a lot of Black people that just, would wipe me out in two seconds, so I don't don't deal with that, but there is more subtle racism now, the overt racism isn't as prevalent but the subtle racism, but damn you, you know, I don't worry about your subtle racism, because me, I feel good about myself as a human being. I got my act together, so you know, you don't threaten me, no body threatens me, I don't worry about that, but there's too much of it, in 1989, OK, where is the progress. So we don't hang you any more Grant, we don't hang out on Boulevard, but dammit when you go--