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My Oh My Oh Maya!
Celebrated writer Maya Angelou dazzled her audience at the 25th MLK tribute

Making an impassioned plea for courage in the face of adversity, Maya Angelou, renowned poet, playwright and civil rights activist, mesmerized overflow crowds at the 25th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration on Jan. 19.

“How many times have we faced the walls of Jericho that threatened us, maimed us, killed us, and yet we’ve been able to withstand the wrongs and overcome,” said Angelou, speaking in her signature, dramatic style.

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