Interview with Evelyn Smith Munro
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I've been asked what is the aspect of this whole experience of which I am most proud, and that's a kind of funny word to have to deal with because pride isn't the easiest thing to talk about as a concept. But I think I can do that because I think I probably am most proud of the fact that I was able to accommodate myself to the situations that I faced, that I was able to take advantage of the absolutely terrific opportunities that were presented to me to learn about human beings, to value them, to be part of a movement that offered hope at a time that everyone needed that. I think that I am proud of the fact that I was chosen to do it and that I was able to continue and also to continue those associations until today, until Mitchell, who died only a very few years ago and with whom I was in contact always throughout all this time.