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 don't care nothing about what they say, I was there, I know. [beep, tone] Wasn't local, professional Negroes, and it got so bad until—if they saw, 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.

JUDY RICHARDSON:

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

Amzie Moore:

Say why do I think…