Interview with Amzie Moore
FILM PRODUCTION TEAM:

Team B, Side 1

Amzie Moore:

Now, the trouble is, I, young people don't, don't care about SNCC much, and that's pretty rough. But, it's that way. But I'll tell you one thing - the only thing in the twentieth century that gave courage and determination to the blacks in the South is SNCC. I, I don't care nothing about what they say, I was there, I know. [beep, tone] Wasn't, wasn't local, professional negroes…and it got so bad until if they saw, if, if, if, if a professional guy was coming down Sharp Avenue and saw you, if he could turn off before he get to you, he'd do it – quickly as possible.

PRUDENCE ARNDT:

WHY DO YOU THINK THE SNCC FOLKS WERE ABLE TO DO THAT IN THE COMMUNITY?

Amzie Moore:

Say why do I think…