Interview with Rudolph Lee
QUESTION 32
INTERVIEWER:

YEAH, UM, UM, I WAS JUST WONDERING IF YOU COULD, I MEAN HE WAS TALKING ABOUT THE MASS MEETING, IF YOU COULD TALK ABOUT HOW YOU FELT MAYBE WHEN YOU KNEW THAT THERE WERE BULL CONNOR'S MEN GOING TO, OR WHEN THE COPS WOULD COME TO ARREST YOU. AND ALSO GOING OUT, WHEN YOU MET THE LINE COP. ANSWER TO ME THOUGH. YEAH.

Rudolph Lee:

OK. As far as in going to the meetings or uh, just being there, as far as knowing that seeing policemen come in, or policemen say, y'all stay in here, if y'all know what's best, it was, well it was a frightening feeling, but as far as the people, all together, sticking together, gave courage to everyone, and as far as me being a child, it gave courage to me with me really not, really understanding or, being able to really feel what was going on or to know.