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Spend an Evening with Maya Angelou

 

 


 
Literary icon Maya Angelou will bring her beautiful, powerful and rhythmic poetry and elegant, captivating delivery to the fifth University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) Minority Health and Health Disparities Research Center Gala Friday, September 25, at the Cahaba Grand Conference Center in Birmingham.  The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute is proud to serve as a sponsor for the event that seeks to expand minority health and health disparities reseach at UAB. 
 
The black-tie affair will begin with a seated dinner at 7:30 p.m. Prior to Angelou's performance, NBA Hall of Fame Basketball star and longtime MHRC supporter Charles Barkley will host a reception as honorary chair of the gala at the same location at 5:30 p.m. Tickets for "An Evening with Maya Angelou" are $200.  Tickets can be purchased for the reception (only) with Charles Barkley for $100.  Combination tickets for both events are $250. All tickets may be purchased by calling 205-975-5659 or going to www.uabmhrc.com/gala. 

 



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