maya angelou death

When news circulated that the notorious Westboro Baptist Church was planning to protest the "home-going" service of our nation's most beloved citizen, poet, author, civil-rights activist, and sister sage to us all, Dr. Maya Angelou, there was a collective gasp of disbelief.
After literary legend Maya Angelou passed away on May 28, she was extolled for her contribution to the world through works
Dr. Angelou devoted her life to telling the world what she believed. The best way to honor her is to follow her example. If she influenced you, make sure everyone you encounter knows she did, not by telling them but by talking about what you believe often, well and at any cost.
Join the procession. Find yourself a Maya to follow and Be a Maya to the woman marching behind you. "When you learn, teach."That's how Maya taught us to keep our mighty, sacred sisterhood rolling on. And while you march, remember: "You are a child of God. Stand up straight."
Internationally celebrated author, poet and activist Dr. Maya Angelou has died at age 86.
The death of American poet Maya Angelou has been greeted with both grief and accolades for her contributions to the American literary canon. But it also has stirred memories of her early support for a controversial man, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.
"On The Pulse Of The Morning" "When I Think About Myself" "His Day Is Done"- A Tribute To Nelson Mandela "Phenomenal Woman
And now that My Maya has taken her final flight, her seat next to me while vacant will never be empty. I stared -- well, I
Everyone says that in order to write something worth reading, you must "write what you know." Whether or not I fully agree with that, there is not a more powerful argument for it that Maya Angelou.
After the passing of Dr. Maya Angelou on Wednesday, Oprah Winfrey released the following statement.
10. Always remember to laugh. "Women should be tough, tender, laugh as much as possible, and live long lives." 2. Women need
“I’ll never forget the first time I heard ‘On the Pulse of Morning’ in 1993. I was only 19 years old and still very much
She remained close enough to the Clintons that in 2008 she supported Hillary Rodham Clinton's candidacy over the ultimately