Interview with Frederica McDuffie
QUESTION 16
MADISON DAVIS LACY:

Did he ever comment on the notion that, uh--


MADISON DAVIS LACY:

Black people--

MADISON DAVIS LACY:

Did Arthur ever comment at all about justice and Black men and what, you know, how people sometimes say, "Oh, God, I'm Black and I'm a man in this society. I've got a hard road to hoe." Did he ever talk about anything like that?

FREDERICA MCDUFFIE:

As far as, as far as saying Black men's having it hard when, in life, ah, as we were growing up, we noticed that Black people were having it hard, from just normally making a life of living, so, um, so he always known that, um, it was hard for Black people because he was from Georgia, and back in those times, you'd know life was hard, living in, making it in Georgia. So those things, um, there[SIC] were, they were common for him.