AND WHAT DID YOU FEEL WHEN YOU REALIZED THAT?
I think we felt somewhat overwhelmed. We felt a responsibility to try to keep enough organizational contact with all of this movement, to keep it coordinated. You know people were being arrested in some places. You had to, you had to help take care of people when they got arrested. You either had to give them counseling, you had to provide lawyers for them, you had to provide bonds for them, so that you had to have some kind of organization and structure here, otherwise things could have gotten pretty chaotic. It was a little frightening, but mostly it was challenging and a good deal of fun.