Interview with C. T. Vivian
QUESTION 33
INTERVIEWER:

I'M SORRY, LET'S START AGAIN, GIVE ME, YOU'D BETTER GIVE ME COMPLETE NAMES.

C. T. Vivian:

O.K. Uh, uh, for instance, Diane Nash was uh, at this university at the time, had come in from Chicago, was over-awed by what she saw in, in the south, could not believe that segregation was that bad, kept thinking in terms of -it, so that she had a very acute sense of what to do about it, all right?