Interview with Senator Roxanne Jones
QUESTION 12
PAUL STECKLER:

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?

ROXANNE JONES:

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.