Interview with Rudolph Lee
QUESTION 6
INTERVIEWER:

SORRY I JUST… I WASN'T QUITE READY. GO AHEAD. SORRY.

Rudolph Lee:

OK. My name is Rudolph Lee. During the year of 1963 I was about nine years old. And, and participating in the demonstrations I used to follow my mother to Sixteenth Street Baptist Church. And from there we would leave and go to Kelly Ingram Park as far as to start our demonstrations. OK. I can remember at that time, as seeing the Police Commissioner, Bull Connor, standing on the corner of—I guess that's Fifteenth Street, with the Fire Department and the Police Department. With the police holding their dogs and the fire department holding their fire hoses. And as for us at the time cut, cut, cut.