Maya Angelou
April 4, 1928 - May 28, 2014.
Born in St. Louis, Missouri, Maya Angelou was an activist in the Civil Rights movement, worked closely with Martin Luther King, Jr. and fought to bring awareness to women’s rights.
A poet, author, dancer, actress, mother, wife, and public speaker, Dr. Maya Angelou touched generations with her undeniable ability to capture the pain, beauty, joy, and triumph of the human experience. Her strength and courage is a beacon of hope for all those who read her literature.
Today, we honor this exemplary woman, who inspired us with her love, light, and wisdom.
May you rest in peace.

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