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All God's Children Need Traveling Shoes Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 2 (pages 32-58) Summary

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Section 2 (pages 32-58) Summary and Analysis

Ms. Angelou knew that her salary would not continue to cover all her expenses, and she went in search of other work. Ms. Angelou first went to the office of the Ghanaian Times and offered her journalistic experience to the editor, T.D. Kwesi Bafoo. Mr. Bafoo told Ms. Angelou to write a three-hundred-word article on America Today, including capitalism and racial prejudice. Ms. Angelou was not happy with the assignment because she believed it would take many more words to do the subject justice. However, when Ms. Angelou agreed, she was further dismayed by the fact that Mr. Bafoo would only pay her scale, what she was already making.

Ms. Angelou then went to the Ghana Broadcasting office. Here when Ms. Angelou asked to talk to whoever hired writers, the receptionist was deliberately belligerent, causing Ms. Angelou to lose her...

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