Highlights from the oral history interview with Gene-Ann Polk.
"At certain levels, you know, in a place like Harlem, or I guess any big city, you’ve got what they call 'gutter fighters.' I didn’t know how to do gutter fighting, so I never tried. I tried, I know, one time, and they tried to get me into a situation that I said, 'I just won’t do it. I won’t do it.' So I only tried to propose what I thought I could deal with and what I was willing to deal with."
- Gene-Ann Polk, on collegiality and willingness to collaborate
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