Maya Angelou Offers First Public Radio Show During Black History Month

This February Maya Angelou will host her first-ever public radio program. The one-hour broadcast is available to all PRI, Public Radio International, affiliated stations and African American Consortium stations free of charge.

Intimate and provocative stories, poems and conversations will illuminate African American history including comedy, film and family life, rounding out the hour with memories of “mother and sister friend,” the late civil rights activist Dorothy Height. The producer of the show is RCW Media Productions.

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