#BlackHistoryMonth – A Conversation: #MayaAngelou & #DaveChappelle

A fantastic conversation between two geniuses.  They are discussing, among other things, Martin Luther King and Malcolm X. And in addition to the depth of the content of what they are each saying, what knocks me out is the obvious respect each has for the other.  They are 45 years apart in age, but Chappelle listens to and respects Ms. Angelou’s wisdom of experience, and she listens to and appreciates him and his viewpoint from a more recent era.   In a way, Chappell is a product of the things Ms. Angelou’s generation fought so hard for.  It’s like he is gaining knowledge on the processes that produced him, and she is learning about some of the fruits of her efforts.


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1 Response to #BlackHistoryMonth – A Conversation: #MayaAngelou & #DaveChappelle

  1. Virgie Smith says:

    Absolutely Raynetta. We share our experiences with our youth and hopefully they can learn and use it wisely. In return, we get to see themflourish and grow because of it.

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