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Maya Angelou was an American Treasure

Celebrated poet and civil rights activist Maya Angelou died yesterday at her home in Winston-Salem, North Carolina at age 86.

Born Marguerite Johnson on April 4, 1928 in St. Louis, Missouri, Angelou became a literary voice who was known best throughout the world for her beautiful poetry. But Angelou’s talents and voice reached far beyond the written word.

In addition to being a best-selling author, Angelou was a celebrated dancer, actress, film-maker, and singer who won three Grammy awards, spoke six languages, worked as a journalist in Egypt and Ghana, was the second poet in history to recite a poem at a U.S. presidential inauguration, and was nominated for a Tony award. In in 2000 she was presented with the Presidential Medal

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of Arts by former President Bill Clinton, and in 2011 she was presented with the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Barack Obama.

Throughout her later years Angelou remained active in her writing and civil rights work and was an inspiration to all seniors who remain active in their communities.

The death of Maya Angelou is a tragedy suffered throughout the world, but she should be remembered for her talent, wisdom, commitment to equality, and inspirational life.

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