Interview with Nancy Jefferson
QUESTION 16
JUDY RICHARDSON:

Just a sense of the difference provided in the Black community, and what was provided in the White, from the city.

NANCY JEFFERSON:

When you ask about the services that provided--

JUDY RICHARDSON:

I'm sorry, assuming I'm not here--

NANCY JEFFERSON:

OK, ah,the services in the, ah,Black community versus the services in the White community: is very very pronounced. The Black community, the things that we have to program for, the White community you know takes that for-granted, that's given, but we have to develop a program around moving the garbage. We have to develop a protest around the garbage not being moved. That's taken for-granted in the White communities. The streets, holes in the streets, the sewages, the things that are basic service. In other communities thats taken for-granted: we have to develop a program around those kinds of services. So, you know, it's obvious, it's not--everybody can ride down the street and see that the street's not swept. Ah--

JUDY RICHARDSON:

Can you cut just a second--