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On August 30, t h e MISD opened for registration at t h e high school. A crowd of four hundred people gathered o n the school grounds in protest of the court order t o desegregate. No black people appeared that first day. According t o Griffin's report, several white "interviewees indicated that t h e 'brutal element' began t o take over the proceedings-the element that favored 'anything' t o keep t h e Negroes in their place, t o protect white children from 'mongrelization' and t o drive the NAACP out of town.
He was able to tell his mother that s h e wore a green dress, but he could not s e e her face. He retreated into a stupor until he heard the voices of his wife and children. He staggered up from the chair as Susan ran toward him. "I concentrated beyond my strength and saw all the radiant wisdom of her face looking up at me. " When Elizabeth hugged him he glimpsed only black hair. Then his son tugged at his pantlegs. "I reached down, felt his short-cropped hair, but could not see him. That first clear view of my daughter had been like looking at the sun-blinding me to everything else.
In real dialogue, people listen openly and then speak in a single, shared form of expression. That is, they communicate because they speak the same language. In the double monologue of the crisis, no one listened because no one could understand what the other was really saying; each side was speaking in a foreign tongue. His direct encounters with white racism and miscommunication during his work on the field report made a deep and lasting impression. It was an experience that would lay the groundwork for his future experiment, just as it had clarified the connection between white racism and anti-Semitism that he had failed earlier to understand.