Interview with C. T. Vivian
QUESTION 127
INTERVIEWER:

WHAT WAS THE VIGIL LIKE AT THE SELMA WALL?

C. T. Vivian:

Uh, it was all night, it was in the rain, it was a day, it was uh, uh, day after day, it was in the rain all night, people joined from all over, it be- it became the place to be, I'm sorry, it became the place to be, and uh, because it became a symbol of the forces meeting each other eye to eye, not in anger, but in an understanding, it was a way, a way to show the love and concern that we later see in the peace movement with flowers and the guns. Uh, I didn't need that last part—that has nothing to do with the other.

FILM PRODUCTION TEAM:

HOLD ON ONE SECOND, O.K.