Interview with Senator Roxanne Jones

Why do you think, I mean, when they were in Washington, some things didn't work out for you all, why do you think that was?


Well you gotta, you gotta under that's the same year that we lost a great emancipator: Dr. King. And, and, and even though people organized and tried to do their very best, but they were doing it through a great hardship. We had lost our leader and so I think all those little mistakes that happen have to be just discarded, ah, because people were under great tension, great remorse and there was a lot of things that probably didn't go right. But I think when you look at the overall picture, I think we're foolish to try to look for faults. I think we should look at really the positiveness that came out of that movement.