Jessie Johnson talks housing discrimination in Newark

PurposeExcerpts -- Oral histories
DescriptionJessie Lois Jones Johnson came to Newark in 1944. A retired civil servant, she talks about buying and selling homes and the racial issues involved as White neighbors would often moved out as Blacks moved in. Also, they often rented and sold to Blacks at inflated prices.
Created on2016-08-16T17:46:15-0400
Published on2016-08-27T13:41:56-0400
Persistent URLhttp://dx.doi.org/doi:10.7282/T30Z75F9