Interview with Senator Roxanne Jones
QUESTION 18
PAUL STECKLER:

If you had to make one statement as to how the National Welfare Rights organization affected mothers, how it made them overcome barriers and see themselves differently, how would you say it?

ROXANNE JONES:

Magnificent, the best thing that ever happened with Dr. Wiley, the welfare mothers, and Johnnie Tillman to Beulie San- Beulah Saunders and the, the, the Matthews, and I could just them all. All of them played a big role. I think that's a movement that has been downplayed, that has never been looked at the way it should have been. Dr. Wiley and the welfare mothers across this country.