Interview with Rudolph Lee
QUESTION 28
INTERVIEWER:

SORRY. I WASN'T, I WASN'T READY. OK.

Rudolph Lee:

OK. As far as my feeling during that time, I was as far as to tell people now what to say to people now, those were times that to me, that people were very together, as far as the people that participated within the demonstrations or the movement, and it was a feeling of believing in their brother where now people are so disbanded. And I wish people would look at those times and see how people got together and worked for a cause and accomplish that mission or that goal, which we all as black people now, can, can go to restaurants, can ride the bus and do other things that, if it hadn't had been for, my mother, myself, my friends, and others, that this never would have came about.