Interview with Patricia Harris
QUESTION 12
INTERVIEWER:

WHAT HAPPENED WITH SCHOOL? DID YOU HAVE TROUBLE IN SCHOOL?

Patricia Harris:

Well, no. At the times I were going, you know, we would g-get out of school. We'd get out of school, going straight down to the movement, you know. Going down wherever they gonna meet, it's whatever church they are going meet at. You know, I might have missed a couple of days out of school when we went out of twon or something like that but it never affected me, you know. Not me, you know. It could have, but it didn't. You know ‘cause it's just something I wanted to do and I had thought about if it came to the point that I would have to repeat a grade, you know, I was willin' to do that because I was seein' more of what was really happenin' the older I got you know I was realizing that, what was happening was really bad and something had to be done about it. You know. So school it didn't really bother me as far as missing school at that time. I didn't really think about it. And my mother was so off into it, you know, because like I say, she had really been treated bad you know. She was one of those probably on a lot of those pictures down in the office that you saw down there? She was involved all in that. So, just…