Interview with Marcia Webb Lecke
QUESTION 29
INTERVIEWER:

YOU TOLD US THAT, THAT THE THING, ONE THING ABOUT THE SIZE WAS THAT IT MEANT THAT THE NINE KIDS WERE KIND OF NOT VISIBLE, THERE WERE TOO MANY OTHER KIDS AROUND. YOU JUST, YOU MIGHT GO A WHOLE DAY WITHOUT SEEING THEM.

Marcia Webb Lecke:

Uh, central is such a large school, that when you have about 2,000 students, nine blacks, one could easily go through the day, every day, without seeing a single one of the nine, any of the nine.