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The American poet, activist, storyteller and autobiographer, Maya Angelou, has had a career as a singer, dancer, actress, composer, and Hollywood's first female black director, but is most famous as a writer, editor, essayist, playwright, and poet. This is a recording of her talking with local authors on KHSU.
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