Interview with Diane Nash


Diane Nash:

First of all, I always felt like I was an individual, even though at the same time, I've been very aware of being part of a larger movement. I think during the period of time where we kept hearing newscasts that city after city was, had begun demonstrating at lunch counters was when I began to see there is really something sweeping the country, and started feeling a real identification with people, many times, whom I had never met. But I knew that there were hundreds of people in various cities that were a part of the same thing I was a part of, and it was important. It was quite an experience.