Jason E. Miczek - Special to the Observer

Dr. Maya Angelou (CQ), a renowned voice of contemporary literature, presented awards to honorees at the Maya Angelou Women Who Lead Luncheon Saturday (6/24/06) at the Charlotte Center City Hilton. The luncheon also raises money for the United Negro College Fund.
Jason E. Miczek - Special to the Observer Dr. Maya Angelou (CQ), a renowned voice of contemporary literature, presented awards to honorees at the Maya Angelou Women Who Lead Luncheon Saturday (6/24/06) at the Charlotte Center City Hilton. The luncheon also raises money for the United Negro College Fund. Observer file photo
Jason E. Miczek - Special to the Observer Dr. Maya Angelou (CQ), a renowned voice of contemporary literature, presented awards to honorees at the Maya Angelou Women Who Lead Luncheon Saturday (6/24/06) at the Charlotte Center City Hilton. The luncheon also raises money for the United Negro College Fund. Observer file photo

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