R.I.P. Mother Maya
Black History Month is more than just a time of looking back. It is a time of reflection for us.
Colin Johnson is an inspiring man. He is a man that looks at the world with possibilities and wisdom. Listen to his words! You will be amazed.
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The project, like so many of Maya Angelou’s works, was something that came from deep inside of her: Putting music to her spoken word, hoping to deliver important messages about social justice, life, family and love.
Dr. Angelou’s grandson, Colin Johnson, reminisces that music was such a huge part of his grandmother’s life.
“She loved everything, from pop to country and, of course, hip-hop. With her dedication to social activism and how she illuminated the struggles and injustices of the urban experience through prose, there’s a direct correlation to hip-hop today,”She was really excited about her street-wise commentary being presented…
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