Aug. 20, 2021
Samuel Simeon Andrews: Enslaved Who Persevered So That We Could Live
This week's enslaved ancestor's recollection comes directly from the Federal Writer's Project, Florida Slave Narratives, the year 1936, the formerly enslaved ancestor is Samuel Simeon Andrews who at the time of this interview was employed at Edward Waters College in Jacksonville, Florida. This remarkable recantation of his experiences in slavery unveils a proud black man who fought against remarkable odds to live out his life as both slave and free. I continue my personal journey as The Blackman Who Reads Aloud revealing the history of our peoples who persevered so that I, we and you could live.
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So true I will never forget my uncle me and him got real close he told me things I never knew I was happy to had the time with him . I know they are happy in heaven with his family God bless them all