This is the best ever memorial of a slave born female mentioning ‘Michelle Obama’
This is the most beautiful tribute which you’ll ever encounter mentioning Michelle Obama. There is a dramatic pause which is quite well placed.
The tribute is given to a slave girl born in 1844, who died in 1938.
She was born a slave in South Caroline in 1844. At the age of 6 she was brought to the nearby shields farm in what is now Rex. Clayton would endure a five-generation journey that began in oppression and would lead her descendant to become “First Lady of the United Sates of America ‘Michele Obama’
There is a story of hope…
The time she was born was the time of segregated schools. There was a lot of segregation besides flat out disallowing the whites and black to integrate. The time has changed now, and here we are reading her story.