Posts Tagged ‘ Maya Angelou ’

Maya Angelou: An Appreciation

May 28, 2014
Maya Angelou: An Appreciation

Maya Angelou: Poet for a People April 4, 1928- May 28, 2014         The passing of Maya Angelou raises the question, “What happens when a great tree falls in the forest?” Angelou was aliterary voice who commanded the world’s attention. Maya unapologetically drew her poetry and writing from the black southern...
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Women’s History Month Tribute

March 2, 2009

The contribution of women to the forward flow of human civilization is a hidden chapter in the unfolding of world history. Women have achieved in spite of gender, race and class barriers making profound contributions in all areas of life and society. They have refused to let men or limits of society downgrade their...
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