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Remembering Maya Angelou

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Be inspired by the legacy of Maya Angelou.

Hailed as a Global Renaissance Woman, this best-selling author, educator and civil rights activist used her poetry to inspire and empower. Celebrate her life with stories from PBS. Click here to explore features produced by PBS and partner stations.

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