Interview with Mary Jane Jackson
QUESTION 2
CARROLL BLUE:

What happened when you went down to vote? How were you treated?

MARY JANE JACKSON:

Treated?

CARROLL BLUE:

Yes, ma'am.

MARY JANE JACKSON:

Treated like dogs. Talk to you, like you wasn't human. Howard, ah, and my husband that boost me up. He says, I'm going to vote, and you're going to vote, before I leave here, and both of us vote. Black folk was scared to vote. I was scared, but I didn't do, vote, unless he told me. He dead now. But a lot of folks left, and wouldn't vote.