One of my greatest wishes is to meet Ms. Angelou and talk with her. I am just a couple of hours from Chicago and only 1.5 from Indianapolis. Such an encounter is on my bucket list and I must make it happen.
I will be seeing you at UNCG for the first time with my daughter and husband. I am on cloud 9. I love your books , you taught me as a teenager that books were more than V.C. Andrews and romance. Thank you.
She taught me how to see the rainbow in my clouds.
Saw her at the University of North Texas a fews ago and I would love to see her here again. What a true blessing!
I would love to see Dr. Angelou in the area, Charlotte, Raleigh. Wnston Salem, Salisbury, Concord anywhere. If it is at a local college please allow the general public.
Oh what a blessing it would be to hear your amazing voice in Steubenville Oh
Please come and see us in Memphis this is on my bucket list Love you Dr. Angelou
I wish she'd come here. I just demanded it.
Please come to St. Louis or Chicago.
This Renaissance woman has been hailed as one of the great voices of contemporary literature. Angelou is a poet, historian, best-selling author, actress, playwright, civil-rights activist, producer and director. Her I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings was a National Book Award nominee, and her volume of poetry Just Give Me a Cool Drink of Water ‘Fore I Die was a Pulitzer Prize nominee. Angelou read her poem On the Pulse of Morning for Bill Clinton’s 1993 Presidential inauguration at his request. Her adaptation of Sophocles’s Ajax premiered at the Mark Taper Forum.
Angelou holds a lifetime chair as the Reynolds Professor of American Studies at Wake Forest University. She has received numerous honors including the Yale University’s Chubb Fellowship, and was named a Rockefeller Foundation Scholar. In 2005, Angelou, with 25 other African- American women, was honored as an inspiration to Oprah Winfrey at her Legends Ball.
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