Maya Angelou Perspective
Ms. Angelou talked about the balms, the healing powers, which have maintained African-Americans in their struggle for equality in the… read more
Ms. Angelou talked about the balms, the healing powers, which have maintained African-Americans in their struggle for equality in the U.S. She emphasized that leaders, teachers, and poetry are such balms. She also read from some of her works and shared personal stories about some of the balms in her life. After her remarks, she took questions from the audience. close
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