Jamila Jones oral history interview conducted by Joseph Mosnier in Atlanta, Georgia, 2011-04-27.
JJ: So, the people in the community - and as I say and tell young people, the sum total of what you select to do in life will determine your life. And I think it was the sum total of these people and their impact on our lives that kept us even today, as I sit here, sixty-seven years old, uh, still involved in, uh, fighting for freedom. So, it is those kind of things, and I tell, uh, even seniors today - I work with seniors - that we have to keep ourselves close to the young people, because it’s the older people that had this impact in our lives that caused us to be the people that we are today.
JM: I really want to thank you for joining us this morning. It’s been a real pleasure to be with you. Thank you.
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