Interview with Amelia Boynton Robinson
QUESTION 2
INTERVIEWER:

SO, YOU WERE TALKING ABOUT BLACK PEOPLE NOW WHO WERE NOT TREATED AS HUMAN BEINGS.

Amelia Boynton Robinson:

Black people were servants, and they were people who were sharecroppers. And then sharecropping—it means that it was just a matter of apartheid because many of them could not leave the farms anytime they wanted if crops were being made.