Interview with William Lucy
QUESTION 45
PAUL STECKLER:

What about that last day? You didn't see King, what were you doing during the day?

WILLIAM LUCY:

The, ah, the city d- d- during, that, that, that last day, the city had gone to court, ah, to get an injunction to prevent the march from taking place. Ah, and so we were dealing with all of the logistics, ah, that surrounded the march, ah, attempting to present our case to, ah, to the courts, ah, trying to get people prepared to play different roles in the march. Ah, marshalls, ah, trying to make sure that the strikers and the signs and the staging, everything that we thought had to be done logistically to support the march. Ah, both we and the, ah, committee on the move, on the move for equality was deep, deeply involved in.