Interview with Floyd McKissick
QUESTION 3
JAMES A. DeVINNEY:

Wasn't there a sort of a philosophical change within CORE at that time that maybe Whites weren't quite as appropriate to be doing some of the organizing work. Wasn't there a little bit of a change happening there? I'm asking because it's going to come up again a little bit later.

FLOYD MCKISSICK:

No, I think that, ah, you might be referring to some isolated incidents but certainly not a matter of policy. Because certainly then we went, ah, we were in Mississippi in the confederated organizations which was then called COFO in Mississippi and we had as many White students with CORE as Black students.