Interview with Myrlie Evers
QUESTION 50
INTERVIEWER:

WHEN DID YOU FEEL LIKE IT WAS, A MOVEMENT WAS HAPPENING?

Myrlie Evers:

I really cannot pinpoint a time as to when we felt that the movement had gelled and that it had become national. It was a gradual process, one of concentrating on where you were at that time, and also being aware that in Alabama, that in Georgia , people were active and doing, that people were aware across the country, and were coming in to be a part of helping to, to eradicate racism in the south and hopefully through, throughout the rest of the country. And it was a gradual kind of thing, it was like a, a ground swell where you knew, and there was no time limit with it.