Interview with Mary Jane Jackson
QUESTION 6
CARROLL BLUE:

So what did you say?

MARY JANE JACKSON:

Huh?

CARROLL BLUE:

What did you say when you had your gun in your lap?

MARY JANE JACKSON:

You didn't hear me.

CARROLL BLUE:

You going to tell me?

MARY JANE JACKSON:

Huh?

CARROLL BLUE:

You're going to tell me? Let me ask you this. When you and John would go out to where you were born, you'd tell people about registering to vote. Can you tell me about that?

MARY JANE JACKSON:

Didn't want to vote. Uh hah, they was scared to vote. I'd never have been scared to go. I never have. But I had John Jackson, me and him got together, I said, "Now, what's the heading? You want to go, I'll go with you." And I went with him. I went with him. He said, "You ain't scared?" "I, scared of what? I ain't scared of nothing. And I'll vote." Yeah, me and John Jackson. Were together.