How Dr. Maya Angelou Became San Francisco's First Black Streetcar Conductor
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Editor's note: We were deeply saddened to learn of Dr. Maya Angelou's passing. The following is from Dr. Angelou's 2013 appearance on "Super Soul Sunday." Dr. Maya Angelou says the love of her mother, Vivian Baxter, encouraged her to live a life full of pizzazz. It was also that love that helped Dr. Angelou to become the first black streetcar conductor in San Francisco at age 16. Find out how her mother encouraged her to persevere.

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