4 thoughts on “In Memory of Hajja Saeyda Quaye – 11-2-44 to 10-13-13

  1. I know your mother is so proud of the women you’ve become!!! I’m also proud to call you my niece. With love Teacher Randy 😍😍

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  2. I know mother is so proud of the women you’ve become, and I am so proud to call you my niece!!!! Luv always, Teacher Randy Andrews!!!

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  3. To my paternal cousin, Sis Saeyda Quayle. A hero, an educator, an activist, a Muslim. Too many stories to recall, but one of my favorites is that once when I was younger, I saw a brother had been pulled over. I was driving by, but I had a weird feeling so I pulled over, got out of the car, and silently observed. Afterwards, the brother thanked us. I turned around to see who else, and it was none other than Sis Quaye. “We raised you well,” is what she told me. She’d always give me The warmest smile and a push to stand strong – in the Struggle and in Islam – e’ry time I saw her.

    May Allah reward and bless you tremendously and may He have mercy on e’ryone you’ve ever taught, fed, supported, & led. Ameen. Ameen. Ameen.

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