Interview with C. T. Vivian
QUESTION 68
INTERVIEWER:

WHAT DID DIANE SAY?

C. T. Vivian:

Uh, then, then following, following, uh that, Diane read a statement. I do not remember the statement but it was read. It was written out and she read it. Uh, it, but it was a challenge to the mayor as to what he was going to do, and this was what we were doing: I laid out the situation, she challenged the mayor, and the mayor…

CAMERA CREW MEMBER:

SORRY, I'VE GOT TO HAVE YOU SLIDE OUT A LITTLE BIT THIS WAY.

C. T. Vivian:

Oh, O.K., this way, is that it?

CAMERA CREW MEMBER:

YES, THAT'S IT. GO AHEAD.

C. T. Vivian:

Uh, uh, and, and the mayor was listening. I remember very clearly that the mayor, I felt that the mayor wanted to answer with the normal political talk. The question came: "Are you against the segregation? Are you for what is happening in this city?"