This was indeed an awesome documentary that touched so many different aspects of the subject. Myra and I were classmates at Provine High School and it was an odd but gratifying emotional feeling to have someone I know and shared the same time period in history with, express exactly what I felt and experienced during those years. It took a lot of courage to discuss openly and in such a public way, so many of the feelings and situations that we actually felt and experienced. My parents were just like Myra's parents, and I am sure most of our other classmates' parents. We indeed lived in a different world than what was actually happening all around us. What made it even more personal was that it was my hometown, my neighborhood, my friends, my school and familiar places and people that were used in the documentary.
Thank you Myra for your insight, your time, effort, your honesty, your courage and for sharing this with all of us. It certainly has enriched my life and hopefully will be used to enrich the life of other people and will give others a different perspective of life in that particular time in our history.
It was actually weird in a strange sort of way hearing and seeing things that you personally experienced and thought but never said, being said by someone else in such a public forum. Thank you again.