Interview with Albert Raby
QUESTION 33
INTERVIEWER:

OK, moving on to the summit. The summit, first the meetings happened, and you're still marching and Daley issued an injunction. That seems like such dirty pool, because of how much more power he had. Can you tell me what your response was to Daley's injunction?

ALBERT RABY:

The injunction came as a result of the, the police department's claim that it could not protect multiple marches. Ah, we clearly were angered by the, the seeking of an injunction. We thought it diminished our, our negotiating power. Ah, but it was something we had to learn to live with. Ah, and we did that even though we were still in negotiations.