Interview with Diane Nash
QUESTION 26
INTERVIEWER:

DID YOU REALIZE, DID YOU HAVE ANY FEELING FOR WHAT WAS IN THAT ROOM?

Diane Nash:

I had a—I really never felt very able to envision the future. I was intensely aware of them as people, at the time. My respect for them was profound. They very brave, very wise people. And, and I loved them very much. And we were all parts—they were very reliable. I could count on them to do things. We were all really aware that each other's lives depended on other people in the group. And that's the way I related to them, and I think that, I know that's the way they related to me also. And that experience was very important. But as to envisioning where we would all be in twenty years, or anything like that, it was possible for me to envision. I don't know, I don't think I tried very hard.