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Angelou, Maya

Jun 5, 2014 — The NPR education team brings you 25 books with minority characters and authors.
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Mar 27, 2013 — Maya Angelou spent much of her childhood being raised by her grandmother in Arkansas, but as a young teenager, she returned to live with her mother, Vivian Baxter. Angelou's Mom & Me & Mom looks back on the long process of reconciliation with the woman who sent her away.
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Apr 6, 2008 — In her 80 years, the celebrated author and artist Maya Angelou has had many roles — performer, activist, writer and Renaissance woman. In honor of her April 4 birthday, Angelou's close friends and family have published a new book looking back at her life and passions.
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Jul 4, 2007 — Bestselling author, poet and civil rights activist Maya Angelou is considered to be among the greatest writers alive today. In this week's Wisdom Watch, Angelou talks — and sings — about why she feels proud to be an American woman of color. Her latest book is A Song Flung Up to Heaven, the final volume of her memoirs.
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Oct 26, 2005 — Author and poet Maya Angelou talks about her latest work, a book of recipes and recollections she's put together that combine her love of cooking and good food with her deeper love of the people she shares her table with.
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