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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Maya Angelou
Former President Bill Clinton remembered poet, orator and sage Maya Angelou as a woman who seemed to have lived five lifetimes in one, with a sweeping experience that defined modern America.
British minister of education legislated the removal of American literature from British classrooms on the grounds of improving rigor and intellectual thought through reading British authors.
Famed author and poet Maya Angelou will be remembered at a closed service for family and friends Saturday that will be livestreamed by Wake Forest University, her family said Monday.
Woodrow Wilson Senior High School, of Northwest Washington, meet the Westboro Baptist Church, of Topeka, Kansas.
The New York Public Library is presenting an exhibition commemorating the life of Maya Angelou.
Maya Angelou was a woman of many identities - poet foremost among them - but those who knew her well made sure to address her as Dr. Angelou, out of respect for all the honorary degrees she received.
Maya Angelou walked into a meeting of civil rights leaders discussing affirmative action back in the 1990s, looked around, and put them all in their place with a single, astute observation.
Armstrong Williams, executive editor of American CurrentSee, interviewed renowned poet Maya Angelou on May 7 via telephone and May 9 at her home in Winston-Salem, N.C.
Poet and author Maya Angelou died in her North Carolina home on Wednesday. She was an actress, singer and dancer who later became best known for her poetry and books. Her works dealt with family, powerful women, poverty and segregation with the theme that all of us are important and valuable.
She wrote of her life in “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings” and wrote other books as well as essays and poetry.
Just weeks before her death, in an interview with Armstrong Williams, executive editor of The Washington Times' sister publication American CurrentSee, Ms. Angelou admitted to still being a "work in progress" when it came to Christianity.