In its August 28, 2005 edition, the Plain Dealer Sunday Magazine showcased vanity license plates of car owners in the Cleveland area. One of the car owners was AAGS member Daisy (Griggs), who intentionally puts her last name in parentheses. The significance of her unique plates:
"Griggs is a slave name. I do genealogical research. I wanted to connect that in some way with my license plates. You can't know who you are until you know your past history. It also ties in spiritually because when you know who you are, you know that you belong to the master, your lord and savior. My research has shown that families who have a faith in God, network through family reunions, share their family histories, or simply stay in touch with each other will be more secure and stable."
Last updated: October 9, 2005