I actually grew up in a little place called Toulminville, Alabama. It’s a little country town. There were no roads. I mean just little farm roads. And I can remember many nights, many nights my brother and I would be out playing baseball, just throwing the ball, because we didn’t have any lights. But in the dark of the night, she would tell all of us to come in the house. And I would say, “For what?” She said, “Just come in the house and get under the bed.” I said, “For what?” She said, “Just get under the bed.” And then about ten minutes later we’d have the Ku Klux Klan coming through, intimidating, throwing firebombs and things like that. And that’s what really kind of set you all apart, and said, just because your skin is a little different, then they were going to treat you a little different.