Objects & Places from All God's Children Need Traveling Shoes

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Ghana - This place is a republic in West Africa.

Cairo, Egypt - This place is where Ms. Angelou lived, where she suffered a divorce, and where she visited old friends and sang for the president of Liberia.

Keta - This place is the village that Ms. Angelou visited where she was mistaken for a relative of some of the villagers.

Ewe - This is a dialect spoken by villagers.

Fanti - This is one of the many tribal languages spoken in Africa and one that Ms. Angelou learned to speak.

Revolutionist Returnees - This is a nickname Ms. Angelou gave to the group of Americans with whom she developed a friendship.

OAAU - This is a group organized by Malcolm X in order to fight for civil rights in America.

Washington March - This was organized by Martin Luther King, Jr. in Washington D.C., where...

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