Harlem’s Dr. Maya Angelou says that in order to be the best human being you can be, you must follow one simple directive: “Just do right”.
Maya Angelou born Marguerite Ann Johnson on April 4, 1928 is an American autobiographer and poet who has been called “America’s most visible black female autobiographer” by scholar Joanne M. Continue Reading →
Maya Angelou Handwritten letter from the celebrated author to comedienne Phyllis Diller, reminiscing old times of their youth.
This is the first feature documentary about the incomparable Dr. Maya Angelou (1928–2014), best known for her autobiography, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings.
Today, News Max reports that Maya Angelou’s childhood home is up for sale in St. Louis, Missouri.
Distinctly referred to as “a redwood tree, with deep roots in American culture,” Dr. Maya Angelou (April 4, 1928-May 28, 2014) led a prolific life.
The late Harlem resident Maya Angelou and Gloria Steinem marching arm in arm en route to the 20th Anniversary of the 1963 Civil Rights March on Washington D. C. on Continue Reading →
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