Interview with Rev. Orloff Miller
QUESTION 7
INTERVIEWER:

TELL ME, UM, WITH THAT IN MIND, SPEAK TO ME ABOUT THE ROLE OF THE WHITE CHURCH AT THAT TIME, IT'S, IN THE SOUTH YOU HAVE THESE VERY SEPARATE CHURCHES, YOU HAVE THE BLACK CHURCH, YOU HAVE THE WHITE CHURCH, TALK TO ME ABOUT THE CHURCH AND YOUR OWN FEELINGS ABOUT THAT AT THAT TIME AS TO WHAT WAS GOING ON IN THE CHURCHES AT THAT TIME, ESPECIALLY IN THE SOUTH.

Rev. Orloff Miller:

Well, the churches in the South were deeply divided over the Civil Rights issue. Even our own Unitarian Universalist Churches, I remember in our trip through Mississippi,