Interview with James Bash
QUESTION 1
INTERVIEWER:

OK, WE'RE GOING TO START BY GOING BACK TO THE BROWN DECISION, THE FIRST BROWN DECISION IN ‘54. CAN YOU REMEMBER THE REACTION OF THE TEACHERS AND THE NEWSPAPER HEADLINES IN FARMVILLE?

James Bash:

There wasn't much reaction that I recall. There was just another decision of the Supreme Court and it had some—something to do with Prince Edward and the Farmville High School in particular. But there wasn't much overt reaction. There was a lot of conversation, but so far as organizing and getting ready and that sort of thing, not too much at that point in time.