My memory recalls Connie and John participating in the March on Selma, taking with them a busload of folks from Rochester. And that's why I say, so many things that he talked about, we've seen come to pass. Well, if they wanted to expand they had to go to city hall. I hired ten thousand people, we had three shifts, we had about four thousand people workin' on three shifts, and we kept the place goin'.
And then, the terrible—you know, everybody wanted to be the chief, nobody wanted to be the Indian, and that's the other side of the fence, too! Constance Mitchell and Mr. So there're two, two separate things. She valued her community.
I think, initially, I think it might've been some problems with Ed Chambers. If you could, both, tell me about your first experiences with activism.
Any recollection at all? She'd have to know what Fico's is. We do need organizing.230 Howard Rd, Rochester, NY
What was her name? Now, I wanna tell you somethin': Now, that's husband and wife, okay? I remember being engaged in literature drops for other politicians like Midge Costanza. When she left Rochester Jobs, Inc. But the Malcolm, the man, would keep you in stitches.
It is a CBS affiliate. Mitchell said you didn't show up at no meeting. But you're gonna be number one.
Well, the social agencies, like the settlement houses, like Baden Street and Montgomery Neighborhood Center, they were adamant; they didn't want this coming into the community. I said, "Who is your chaperone?
You know? I said, 'cause if you don't you'll sit down somewhere and cry. And they knew that the men weren't gonna jeopardize their jobs. And the best thing that ever happened to me was to get the hell out of politics.