Interview with C. T. Vivian
QUESTION 76
INTERVIEWER:

WHY DON'T YOU TELL ME A LITTLE BIT ABOUT SNCC THOUGH? AS A DIFFERENT MOVEMENT, HOW DID…

C. T. Vivian:

O.K., but, O.K., I'll try to get to that right quick though, all right? Now, well, let me put it another way for you. Uh, in Nashville, there was an excellent relationship but there was still that kind of feeling. Across the country, however, there were many places where ministers were not moving at all, were not really organized, students were doing it all, uh, and/or almost all of it, and uh, uh, and they were often catching a good amount of negative language from leaders, both in civil rights organizations in various smaller towns and places, right? They felt the need to organize themselves and move that- so the movement in Raleigh, in Raleigh uh, because of those that came uh, to that meeting…