Interview with Albert Raby
QUESTION 44
INTERVIEWER:

So, coming out of the summit, what were the tasks that lay ahead?

ALBERT RABY:

Clearly we, in the '60s, broke down some of the caste barriers that existed, and even the summit achieved some of that. What was clear that was a challenge that lay before us was that of the economic disparity that existed then and was clearly deepening in the Black community. The Kerner Report referred to that as two separate communities, unequal and that that would be aggravated unless we addressed ourselves to those problems. I think that was an accurate projection of that period.