Poppy Lady

The red poppy has long been considered a symbol of remembrance for those who served in World War I but few in the United States know that it was a teacher from Athens, Georgia who conceived the idea. In this AIB Presents: The Story of the Woman Behind the Remembrance Poppy, you’ll learn about the determination of Moina Belle Michael, whose name is better known in Europe, but whose legacy lives on in the billions of dollars raised to support military veterans worldwide.