Creativity With Bill Moyers



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“I was terribly hurt in this town and vastly loved,” says Maya Angelou on a poignant 1982 visit to her hometown, Stamps, Arkansas. “I now close my mouth and become an ear.” In this powerful program, she and Bill Moyers revisit the people and places Angelou knew as a child, including her grandmother’s grocery—now deserted—where folks listened to FDR on the radio, and the church where she now leads the congregation in “Steal Away” and “I Am a Poor Pilgrim of Sorrow.” The poet, storyteller, educator, historian, and actress reflects on how her past has shaped her art. Grades 7 and up. Color. 60 minutes. Public Affairs TV.

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