Emily Rembert talks about the White business men who concealed themselves as Knight Riders to save their businesses. She talks about the reasons that some Whites tried to destory Blacks homes, businesses, and schools. She states her opinion on the lack of change with race relations in McComb, Mississippi.
Dearman talks about the race relations in Neshoba county. He tells of the different ways white citizens were not socially allowed to associate with black people. He discusses things like how black women were not allowed to be called Ms. or Mrs. and a story of how one maid made a shocking discovery while doing laundry at her employers’ home. 06/19/04.
Carolyn discusses her family’s involvement in the civil rights movement. Her father was a deputy around the time the Philadelphia murders happened. Matthews remembers an instance when she overhead a man from the Klu Klux Klan and informed her father who arrested the man. 06/22/06.