Honore's op-ed in the NYT
MAY 29 Columnist Jarvis DeBerry writes here about the passing this week of Dr. Maya Angelou, the author, poet, philosopher, storyteller, dancer, singer — it's impossible to describe the lady in one or two words. But beyond her work and words, Angelou …
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Remembering the colossal Maya Angelou: 'But still, like air, I'll rise' (+video)
In the book, written in her 40s, Angelou also narrates her move with her mother to San Francisco, where she dropped out of dance and drama school at 14 years old to become a cable-car conductor – the city's first African-American woman to hold that job.
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