Interview with John Jackson
QUESTION 3
MADISON DAVIS LACY:

OK, when the Selma-Montgomery March came through Lowndes County what effect did that have on you?

JOHN JACKSON:

Everybody was afraid. I was afraid , I didn't know what was going to happen. We had saw what happened in Selma on Bloody Sunday. And of course, I did not go to Selma because I was afraid. But we all was concerned, wanted to know what could we do to help, if in fact the March did come through. Finally it came through, we saw the National Guard, guarding Dr. King and other Civil Rights workers: John Lewis, and other people coming through, and we felt that we did have some ray of hope.

MADISON DAVIS LACY:

Here, let's just step down here for a moment.