Interview with Dolores Torres
QUESTION 27
INTERVIEWER:

Did you ever see Ocean Hill-Brownsville as being a racial conflict, as being, having primarily racial components to it?

DOLORES TORRES:

No. No. A lot of times the media tried to make it so.

INTERVIEWER:

OK, just, I never saw Ocean Hill-Brownsville—

DOLORES TORRES:

No.

INTERVIEWER:

Could you just say—

DOLORES TORRES:

I never saw Ocean Hill-Brownsville as any kind of racial incidence or racial conflict in the neighborhood. There was no racial issue in our neighborhood. We were one people. We were parents fighting for education for our children.