I remember the late-night rides on deep-rutted roads through pine forests; steamy wooden churches in the middle of nowhere; white girls curled up under quilts on the floors of cars and the beds of pickups so that redneck cops would not spot them with niggers; black dudes scared they would be blamed if a white cop shoots a white woman; dank and stinking jail cells in towns with very long names; “doing your business” in bushes and behind trees; hastily written picket signs with misspelled words; delicious meals cooked by fat black women wearing feed-sack dresses and colorful aprons. More than one were disinherited by their parents because of their involvement with the movement.
In their preface, the women list the questions they answer in the memoirs: “These are our stories of the costly times we wouldn’t have missed for the world, and of the people and places and events that filled them. Why did we, of all the white women growing up in our hometowns, cross the color line in the days of segregation and join the Southern Freedom Movement of the sixties? But these women — mere teenagers — persevered at our side, holding to their heart-deep commitment to social justice.
Which is totally not true, there has never been ANY nudity in any of my youtube videos, but of course I get suspended because some people flagged my video enough times and were angry about it.
Its a real shame, youtube is just another channel a slave to the delusion our modern American society is trying to create.
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