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When news broke that Maya Angelou - author, poet and recipient of the
Presidential Medal of Freedom - had passed away this morning in North
Carolina, fans took to Twitter to share their respect and admiration for
the beloved St. Louis, Missouri native. Her poem ‘And Still I Rise,’
her book ‘I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings’, an autobiography, and
countless others are favorites for their candor and celebration of Black
culture. They are legendary; they are renowned by universities and
A replay on reparations is gathering a bit of traction nowadays thanks
to the recent cover story in The Atlantic magazine by Ta-Nehesi Coates
and a summary of a reparations conference at Chicago State University
under the auspices of the Institute of the Black World 21st Century.
The organization’s director of communications, Don Rojas’s summary of
the conference was published by The Nation magazine and amplifies much
of the argument posed by Coates.