MillerComm Lecture Series

An Evening with Maya Angelou

Wednesday, October 21st, 1987
Maya Angelou

Foellinger Auditorium
South End of the Quadrangle

Event Description

Maya Angelou is a woman of many talents. With just a high school education, she has been a singer, educator, dancer, author, historian, lecturer, actress, producer, editor, songwriter, and playwright. She is author of four autobiographical bestsellers including I Know Why a Caged Bird Sings and four volumes of poetry.


In conjunction with: Acres of Books, Affirmative Action/Non-Academic, Alpha Phi Alpha, Baker Board/Ministry with Women, Beautiful and Together Sisters, Black Graduate Student Association, Black Hellenic Sector, Black Programming Committee/Illini Union Board, Deloris Evans, Department of English, Department of History, Department of Sociology, Department of Theater, Division of Human Development and Family Ecology, Follett Bookstore, Horizon Bookstore, Imani Bazzell Family, Jane Addams Bookstore, La Casa Cultura Latina, Little America Literary Magazine, Little Professor Bookstore, McKinley Foundation, Office of Residential Life, Parkland College Special Programs and Community Services, Peabody Drive Residence Halls, Pennsylvania Avenue Residence Hall, Student Government Association, Unit One Allen Hall, University YMCA, University YWCA, Women's Studies Program, George A. Miller Committee

Maya Angelou

Author, Artist, Performer