Ms. Annie Holliday

Ms. Annie Holliday

Friday, May 22nd, 2020
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Alfred King

Posted at 02:40pm
On Wednesday June 3, 2020, I will do the hardest (most difficult) things that I have ever had to do. I will visit my cousin, Annie May remains. This cousin has been a part of every day of my 71 years of life.

When you surpass a hundred years on this earth, you do not leave the earth as a normal human. I argue that you are history. You have: survived the 1918 flu epidemic and sneered at 2020 caronavirus, you have seen the end of WW1 and survived War 2, Korean, Vietnam, Persian Gulf, Afghanistan, and Iraq wars. You have lived through a depression and a major recession. Your president in birth was Woodrow Wilson and Trump at death with 16 others. You saw the boycotts, sit-ins, the hippies, MLK and Malcolm X, the space race, cold war, transistor radio, cell phone, the fax, woman’s suffrage, car radio, polio vaccine…

Annie Mae was blessed to have been born a Negro of poverty and we were blessed that she touched so many of us in positive ways (unless you angered her). When you are born poor the only direction that you can go is upward. Good or bad, she did things her way. I never witnessed anything but the good in her.

I will say no more about Annie Mae because if you are reading this, you knew her. I write this for the young. Annie Mae has living children and relatives that are aged and have firsthand knowledge of past times especially how it affected them as Negroes (now African Americans). I beg that you get to these people and listen to them. Ask to see their birth certificates. If you really want to know how it was, talk to them. They are living, walking and talking history books who can tell you exactly what America really is about.

Al King

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