Interview with Rudolph Lee
QUESTION 15
INTERVIEWER:

OK, UM, HOW DID YOU WAS EVERYBODY AT ENSLEE, HOW DID YOU DEAL WITH, WITH OTHER KIDS, WHO WERE YOU KNOW, THE SAME AGE, WHO WEREN'T INVOLVED WITH THE DEMONSTRATIONS, HOW DID YOU TELL THEM ABOUT WHAT WAS HAPPENING?

Rudolph Lee:

Well, my mother had told me to just to look over those people because she said, well, their parents was sayin' they didn't want to be bothered with, they considered it as mess, or that it was just tryin' to start trouble. And well, the friends that I hung with, most of them, uh, they participated. Which were most of my friends at the time were ladies, anyway. Girls, little girls.