Interview with Ed Marciniak
QUESTION 18
SHEILA C. BERNARD:

I'm not sure that I followed the last argument. The argument is that the movement it--what they were doing is successful, that would have gone against what the--the cities policy was to integrate the neighborhoods.

ED MARCINIAK:

No, no. The, the marches to the dismay of the residents symbolized total racial change for the neighborhoods in which the freedom movement was marching. It wasn't a question at that point of fair housing. It was a question of would the neighborhood go all Black. And were these marches going to contribute to racial succi- succession, racial change or racial resegregation.