Reporter (2): Do you have a large number of American negroes in your movement, Swamiji?
Prabhupāda: Not large number, but there are.
Reporter (2): Is there any reason why that is so?
Prabhupāda: That is.... There is reason. They are not very much cultured.
Reporter (5): Do you have women followers also in this movement?
Prabhupāda: Yes. America, men and women have got equal rights.
Reporter (1): Sir, whom do you find more responsive to your movement, women or men?
Prabhupāda: Everyone. Everyone. They are very fortunate. And I am very much indebted to them because they have helped me. Yes.
Reporter (5): Helped in what sense?
Prabhupāda: Helped in cooperation. Without their cooperation.... Now, these books I am writing surely, but they are pushing on, even facing great danger. They are helping me in my translating work, in typing, in composing, in printing. Have you got that film, how they are doing?
Puṣṭa Kṛṣṇa: No.
Hari-śauri: Have you got that film? That book film?
Yadubara: I don't have the projector here, Prabhupāda. That suitcase is not here.
Prabhupāda: So if we invite them to see it, that how they are helping efficiently with latest machine.... Therefore it has been possible. Otherwise while in India with great hardship I could publish three books only.