Interview with Albert Raby
QUESTION 42
INTERVIEWER:

I was asking you a question about the Kerner Report. When the report came out, in terms of Chicago and what you had seen in the years previous to that, can you talk about how you felt the Kerner Report, did they address what you had been addressing, were you agreeing with them?

ALBERT RABY:

I think the movement thought that the Kerner Report described accurately what the current situation was and what the future held for us if, in fact, those problems were not addressed. Divided into two communities, separate and unequal is, in fact, was, felt then, what existed and what was, in fact, worsening at the time.