Maya Angelou Retells A Story From 'The Heart Of A Woman' Maya Angelou tells the story of defending her 15-year-old son, Guy, from a gang called the Savages. The story is included in her latest book, The Heart of a Woman.
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Maya Angelou On The Self-Reliance Of Black Communities

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Maya Angelou On The Self-Reliance Of Black Communities

Maya Angelou On The Self-Reliance Of Black Communities

Maya Angelou On The Self-Reliance Of Black Communities

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Maya Angelou tells the story of defending her 15-year-old son, Guy, from a gang called the Savages. The story is included in her latest book, The Heart of a Woman.

This story originally aired on All Things Considered on October 13, 1981.

The digital preservation of this audio has been made possible in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities.