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Tag: Maya Angelou
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This story originally appeared on hollywoodjournal.com.
As I watched the memorial celebrating Dr. Maya Angelou I was deeply moved by the words expressed by former President Bill Clinton. “Maya called our attention with a clarity and power that will wash over people as long as...
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