By Leonardo Blair
Viola Roberts Lampkin Brown was an infant when the “Titanic” sank into the North Atlantic Ocean on April 15, 1912. She was not yet 3 when World War I began. She was still 6 when the Flu pandemic started in February 1918. And by the time she was 7, Brown was working as a domestic and would spend decades living through segregation.
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