It was a wonderful thing to participate in many ways. I just can't tell you the high spirits, knowing that you were participating in this really important time, and that you were doing it with people you felt really close to, and you kind of bonded over these things you were doing. It was just a real high, the whole thing. So it was really personally rewarding -- a great experience. And then from the point of view of what got done, on the whole I felt really great to be part of it for what it accomplished. Even though I had my doubts in retrospect about how many white people should have been there. We all questioned that. Even though things didn't really change fast. The fact was that they did change and that a piece of what made them change was just getting that going and raising people's consciousness.
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