This orchard belongs to my mother, Mary Williams. We've been selling apples and peaches over seventy-five years, I guess.

Both my parents were born and raised in the county. My dad - his mother and his grandparents were here.

Blacks have finally reached the point of political maturity where they see the power in the ballot box.

Back in 1970 we used to say that politics was the new cutting edge of the civil rights movement. Thirteen years later, we're beginning to really believe it.

Wearing them would be stupid. If you wear them, the value goes down really fast. They get creases in them.

To get into the union -- that's really what attracted me, being how hard it is to get into a union these days.

We have 54 clipboards, and each one of those clipboards represents a job that we are presently working on.