Interview with Bob Mants
QUESTION 10
CARROLL BLUE:

Now what about the Whites that came in to work with SNCC workers, how were they perceived? Did their presence make local Whites more violent?

BOB MANTS:

Yes, yes it did. And in most places, ah, ah, in the Civil Rights Movement, especially in the South when that was obviously an effort, an integrated, ah, ah, working team, or an integrated civil rights workers, there was always, of course it got attention not only from Whites, but it got attention from Blacks.