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"Mrs. King, I want you to tell your husband that I had planned to visit him in jail here in Selma but I won't be able to do it now. I have to go back to New York, ah, because I, I have to attend a conference in Europe, an African student conference and I want you to say to him that I didn't come to Selma to make his job more difficult but I thought that if the White people understood what the alternative was that they would be more inclined to listen to your husband. And so that's why I came." And of course I thanked him. And I was naturally, ah, somewhat surprised because I didn't expect him to say that. I don't know what I expected. But he had such a gentle manner and he seemed very sincere and I kept thinking, ah, you know I kept thinking about what he had said and the way he had said it. And of course within about a couple weeks or more he was assassinated and it affected me very deeply because I had met him now and I felt that it was such a tragic loss because he had come around to understand better, I think, non-violence and, and my husband's position and would have been a, I think a force for reconciliation and healing because there was a great need I think between Blacks and Blacks, ah, for that kind of thing. And I felt also that if he had lived, ah, particularly in the latter part of the '60s that he probably could have been a tremendous, ah, bridge, you know, in bringing Black Muslims and, and, other Black people, ah, in the Civil Rights Movement together. Ah, and, for days I had this pain almost like, this feeling in my chest, a feeling of depression, and, ah, just feeling as if, ah, I had lost someone very dear to me, and I, you know, I couldn't quite understand but then I began to realize, ah, I guess what an impact he had made on me in that very short period of time in knowing him.

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Interview Date: November 21, 1988

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