Interview with Bernard Lafayette
QUESTION 2
JUDY RICHARDSON:

And you also mentioned that you wanted to see what would happen when you brought the non-violent movement North, in the sense that there were a lot of Southerners--

BERNARD LAFAYETTE:

Chicago was really sort of an experiment to see if non-violence could apply to the Northern problems and the ghettos and that sort of thing. One of the things that, ah, we were concerned about was, ah, how do we in effect create the drama and the sympathy for the non-violent approach? Well, in deciding on Chicago it was a tossup between several other places.

JUDY RICHARDSON:

That's a cut, I'm sorry.