Once upon a time, there was a little girl blue.
Eunice Waymon, born in 1933 in Tyron, North Carolina, into a large family. A precocious pianist, she played at the local church from a very young age. But already, segregation and racism hit her in the heart. Whether it is by the prohibition for her parents to sit at her recital, or by the railroad tracks separating the two parts of the city. The two "races". She crosses this track every day for her piano lessons at Miss Mazy's. Like a ... read more