Interview with Clory Bryan
QUESTION 9
JUDY RICHARDSON:

How as housing different from what it had been for Whites and Blacks when they arrived?

CLORY BRYANT:

Well in those communities ah where apartments were like flats, they were six, seven and eight room flats when Whites had it. When the Blacks moved into those same housing, each bedroom became an apartment. And ah so consequently you shared the kitchen and bathroom with five, six, other individual families. Even in the South, ah you had maybe a shack. But it was your own shack and you didn't share it with anybody else. And that made an awful lot of difference.

JUDY RICHARDSON:

Cut. Lovely!