Interview with Evelyn Smith Munro
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QUESTION 11
SUSAN J. LEVENE:

Yesterday you were telling me that the union only went places that black and white members could stay. Can you tell me about that?

EVELYN SMITH MUNRO:

Well we did make trips, because Mitchell, for one, would decide on the spur of the moment and I was also happy to decide on the spur of the moment too to go on a trip. One of the reasons we rode so much and took such long trips without stopping was because we were all absolutely consistent about not stopping anywhere, spending the night or having meal anywhere that both black and whites couldn't go because we always traveled together, and that was how we became comrades and brothers.