In 1999, NASFAA was fortunate enough to have Dr. Maya Angelou as our National Conference speaker in Las Vegas, where she spoke of education, racism, poetry, hope, encouragement, and rainbows. "Each one of you is in a position to make life a little smoother for some young man or woman. Actually, to be a rainbow," Angelou said. In light of Angelou's recent passing, we are sharing NASFAA's Fall 1999 Student Aid Transcript article, which details her speech to conferees. Download the PDF below to read the full article.
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