Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Maya Angelou & Brockport

Maya Angelou passed today, leaving behind a body of literary and other work that stands as a testament to her remarkable abilities and place in our culture. She spoke twice at Brockport, once in May 2000, and again in February 2004. She is shown here in a shot from her 2000 appearance at Tuttle North. According to the Stylus story by Jill Clark '01 her talk was most impressive and well received.

We have many items by and about her in our catalog; 139 books, 8 ebooks, 8 dvds... Article databases like Academic Search, NY Times Historical and Project Muse would be rich sources of information on her as well.

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