Interview with Bayard Rustin
QUESTION 4
INTERVIEWER:

WELL, WHAT WAS IT?

Bayard Rustin:

Well, it was limited to three things only: the right to vote, the right to use public accommodations, and the right to send your child to the school of your choice. It had nothing to do with the North, fundamentally. It had only to do with the South, and it had--it did not address itself in anyway to the economic and social problems of black people. That is the reason it's such a different movement than we have today.