WNBA Community Remembers Maya Angelou
MAY 28, 2014 -- Maya Angelou -- memoirist, poet, and activist (among many other things) -- died this morning at the age of 86 in her North Carolina home. Perhaps best known for her autobiography I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings which detailed her childhood and young adult experiences growing up in the Jim Crow era South, Dr. Angelou was hailed one of the most prolific writers of the time and is considered an inspiration to many.
WNBA players and members of the NBA family reacted to the news of her death on Twitter.
So sad to hear of the passing of Dr. Maya Angelou... What a truly "Phenomenal Woman". RIP Dr. Angelou!— Kelsey Bone (@kelseybone3) May 28, 2014
RIP Maya Angelou ❤️— Tiffany Hayes (@tiphayes3) May 28, 2014
"Nothing can dim the light which shines from within." -Maya Angelou— Skylar Diggins (@SkyDigg4) May 28, 2014
Brought to tears this morning about the news of MY FAVORITE AUTHOR'S death. Maya Angelou wrote "I Know… http://t.co/7JyOVjpCrl— Tina Thompson (@IamTinaThompson) May 28, 2014
"I've learned that people will forget what you said,forget what you did,but people will never forget how you made them feel" #mayaAngelo— cappie pondexter (@cappa23) May 28, 2014
Her last tweet. RT @DrMayaAngelou Listen to yourself and in that quietude you might hear the voice of God.— LaChina Robinson (@Lives2Inspire) May 28, 2014
Thank u Maya Angelou for all the wisdom you have given us the ought the years. Your legacy lives on🙏🙏🙏🙏👼 http://t.co/FQgYaoclM3— Angel McCoughtry (@angel_35) May 28, 2014
And now we have a Queen Angel, rest Maya Angelou, thank you for your many gifts...— Reggie Miller (@ReggieMillerTNT) May 28, 2014