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Reproduced with permission from Ebony/Johnson Publishing Company.

Ebony, April 1990

Maya Angelou

Author and poet Maya Angelou, a native southerner, having a meal at the home of friends Robert and Sally Brown (standing) in High Point, North Carolina. Angelou returned to the South in the early 1980s, settling in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

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