That's an interesting point of view though. You were actually doing the show for a White audience, and to actually educate them as to what this group was about.
Not necessarily to a White audience. We were doing it for the New York audience, which is hardly a White audience. It's, ah, "The Hate That Hate Produced", for a young outfit, an outfit with not much money, we had $3,000 budget for this documentary, one hour. For this young outfit, that was a kind of a maverick outfit, Newsmaker Productions working on Channel 13, which was then a no--a commercial outfit, it hadn't turned educational yet. For us to get this kind of a story was really quite extraordinary. I doubt maybe that some of the so-called establishment television stations at the time would have done the story.