Interview with C. T. Vivian
QUESTION 113
INTERVIEWER:

I THINK WE'VE COVERED IT, UM, NOW, ABOUT THE NIGHT THAT JIMMY LEE JACKSON WAS SHOT UM, YOU HAD GONE TO. . .[overlap]. . .O.K., TO LEAD THE MARCH, UM, TO THE JAILS WHERE, WHERE JIM ORANGE WAS, UH, THEY, FROM THIS QUESTION I'M REALLY LOOKING FOR TWO THINGS, ONE IS THE ATMOSPHERE OF THAT NIGHT, THIS IS ONE OF THE FEW NIGHT-TIME MARCHES - DID YOU HAVE A SENSE THAT IT WAS, YOU KNOW, FOREBODING? DID YOU HAVE AN OMINOUS SENSE ABOUT THE WHOLE THING OR HAD THERE BEEN SO MANY NIGHT MARCHES BY THAT TIME, THERE HADN'T BEEN ANY IN MARION, BUT…

C. T. Vivian:

There hadn't been in Marion, hadn't been any in, in, in uh, in Selma either, I don't think, uh…