Interview with Judy Varley
QUESTION 10
DALE ROSEN:

Can you tell me something about the anti-White sentiment on the march? Can you think of any incidents or specific moments?

JUDY VARLEY:

Other than the incident involving the McGhee boy and Jimmy, I did not have any anti-White, per se--

DALE ROSEN:

Were there people doing that--

JUDY VARLEY:

There were some people who did some, ah, ah, "Honky's got to go," type chanting. But, ah, it, it, kind of was amusing. Most of the time if you were anywhere around there, they'd pat you on the back, the chanters, and say, "But that's not you, you know. We don't mean you. We're talking to them," meaning the people at the roadside or people gathered to stare.