WE'RE GETTING READY TO START CAMERA ROLL 353. SOUND ROLL 1323, INTERVIEW WITH DIANE NASH.
As a teenager, I think I really started emerging into being a real person, and I was very much aware of it, and I was looking forward in college to really expanding myself, and growing. I was taking those kinds of issues very seriously. And that played quite a part, when I got to Nashville, and why I so keenly resented segregation, and not being allowed to do basic kinds of things like eating at restaurants, in the ten-cent stores even. So, and I really felt stifled, and, and, and shut in very unfairly. **