"The protests were nonviolent back then"
The Following communion SNYC leaders' roc-
tha was mode E rabbi who ind o group of stu-
dents to Montgomery, Ala., in Morey, "MS, to
James Forman lied to the Pittsburgh stu-
dents and tried to use them. . . .
We were assured by SHIN: in Montgomery
that police permission had been granted for
the demonstrations there. That was a lie.
As we moved down the streets in the demon-
stuation, SNYC leaders went into a high
school and asked young children to leave
their classes and join the demonstration.
That was both immoral and illegal.
SHOE leaders under James Forman broke
trom the police lines. against all orders, and
even told one of our students to come across
the the police had given perm's-
sion for it."
Ratter Richard L Rubinstein, Uni-
varsity of Pittsburgh chaplain,
quoted in Pittsburgh Post Ga.
cette, March 20. 1965.