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By Albert Mousset
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As they had done when she was first diagnosed, Peaches started living with her again, even though her husband—my father—has heart problems, diabetes, and liver disease. Weechie stayed with Daisy Mae each afternoon while my mother went home after work to cook and relax for a couple of hours. One afternoon, when Peaches was at work, Daisy Mae fell asleep in the tub. She woke up disoriented, with water all around her, and immediately yelled, “Peaches! ” A granddaughter who had come to stay for a few days came running to calm her.
And all of the children worked. Boley, for instance, had part-time summer and weekend jobs in the cane fields and the salt mines. He worked as a bricklayer’s apprentice and a construction worker, and after work he would go to the local segregated high school to run bleachers to get into shape. His dream was to play pro football. “If I didn’t get a scholarship,” he said, “I was going to the marines. I didn’t want to work on the plantation. I didn’t want to be a welder. ” He did get away, following two brothers to the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff.
6 The article did not mention that Obama would soon become the next president. There was no picture of Obama and his family, only a sidebar that said he was to begin receiving intelligence briefings. The local news program, Teche Talk, didn’t mention Obama’s victory at all the next morning. 32 Daisy Mae on the Bayou It was a reminder to Daisy Mae that the past was still with us. A week later, Louisiana was again in the news for the wrong reason. In Bogalusa, sixty miles north of New Orleans, eight people were arrested after an Oklahoma woman was shot to death when her initiation into the Ku Klux Klan went awry.
The World of the Slavs by Albert Mousset