Interview with Rutha Mae Jackson and Willie Hill Jackson
QUESTION 19
INTERVIEWER:

DO YOU EVER THINK ABOUT IT?

Willie Hill Jackson:

Oh yeah, I think about it, yeah. But that's all, I mean everybody was sorry. I think it hit everybody a pretty hard lick. And really I think a lot of white people saw it too, after. You know, yeah, I think because it was a great big hurt on Mississippi, and it brought, well, it brought a lot of changes. And I, myself, I believe that's the beginning of uh, uh, this uh, Civil Rights Movement here, I believe that started all that, you see. Because really wasn't too much going on in the behalf of civil right, and—-before then. So after then things really got stood up. So that's—-I think that's one of the things that's—-as far as there is today on the civil rights.