Interview with Rosa Parks
QUESTION 26
INTERVIEWER:

I WAS JUST WONDERING, YOU KNOW, HERE YOU ARE TOGETHER AND THEN TO HAVE THIS AUTHERINE LUCY CASE COME DOWN AND HAVE THE BOMBINGS AND THEN THE NAACP OUTLAWED, IT JUST SEEMED LIKE YOU'D JUST SAG FROM THE WEIGHT OF ALL THIS.

Rosa Parks:

Well, we didn't sag at all. We just kept moving on. Because there wasn't any need then, because, if I could stand the 20's, the 30's, 40's, and the 5O's, all those years, without any mass cooperation, or any support from either black or whites too much. Mr. E. D. Nixon-