FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Fort Lauderdale, FL
(May 28, 2014) – With the recent passing of the renowned poet, novelist, actress and civil rights activist, Maya Angelou, Broward College has the following experts available to discuss the history of her work and its lasting impact.
Eunice Hargett, a professor of African American literature, is available to discuss Angelou’s unique work, as well as its historical relevance. She can be reached at
Shireen Puig is a professor of English. She is available to discuss Angelou’s life, legacy and the importance of her writing. She can be reached at
For additional information or experts in other areas, contact Tina David at
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