My book, YOU CAME HERE TO DIE, DIDN’T YOU, relies on the memories and actions of many people in Pineville, South Carolina. Theresa Blanding Sumpter was one of those people. When I was hungry in 1965 she provided dinner for me and three other civil rights workers even though a white man had warned her husband that there would be trouble if she went ahead and fed us. Well, she did anyway, and at 80 still remembered what we had: fried chicken, field peas, macaroni and cheese, and a real pound cake! She passed away July 16, 2011. I will miss her.