Interview with Amzie Moore
QUESTION 38
PRUDENCE ARNDT:

BUT NOW YOU WERE THERE TOO RIGHT?

Amzie Moore:

I was right there, right there with it. Quiet, you know, and if this crowd went downtown to get, register some people, at two o'clock, and they get put in jail, the next group at 2:30 would go, they'd get put in jail, the next group goes...it didn't make any difference about them putting them in jail, they just kept going. That was the first time in my life that I saw a [unintelligible] people who went and who quietly went, we have to figure out ways to get them out of jail, Greenville and Greenwood.

FILM PRODUCTION TEAM:

[End side two.]

Side 3

Amzie Moore:

But it broke down all of this, this stuff. At one time, they, you had to interpret the Constitution of the of Mississippi.

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