Maya Angelou was a woman of words: she lived with and without words, she was provoked by and a provoker through words, she was a crafter of and a woman redeemed by words. She opened herself to the world through words – written, spoken, sung – and revealed herself to all who were willing to wrestle with her thoughts and language.
Rise up and sing as poet Maya Angelou gives voice to the caged bird inside us all. From the quintessential Everywoman (author of over 20 books, activist, poet, professor, film director and mother), hear startling truths that have effected all. In this free program at Pack Library, Becky Stone will discuss her journey becoming Maya Angelou for Chautauqua 2017.
This program is presented by the Friends of Pack Library and everyone is invited.