LG009 Interviews: Mildred Falls; Chauncey Eskridge; Elizabeth Thorton; Richard Yancey (LG009Goreau_Side2)
Side 1: Interview with Mildred Falls continued from Tape ID: LG008 on 1972-11-09. Interview with Chauncey Eskridge on 1972-11-10. Side 2: Interview with Elizabeth Thornton at her home in Chicago, Illinois on 1972-11-14. Interview with Richard Yancey on 1973-01-10. Abstract for Falls: [00:00–26:15] Interview with keyboard accompanist Mildred Falls continued from LG008Goreau_Side1b. Falls discusses Russell Robinson, a preacher who Goreau describes as the man Jackson says "she should have married," and explains why she disagreed with Jackson's opinion regarding Robinson – 02:47. She mentions Jackson's medical operations, including kidney damage that was caused from "holding water" from not being allowed bathroom usage due to segregation in the South. Falls also describes instances of segregation and racism that she endured while traveling with Jackson – 12:38.