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Elizabeth Alexander (born May 30, 1962)

Alexander is an essayist, playwright, poet and university professor, according to Yale University. She graduated from Yale with a bachelor's degree. Alexander is currently the chair of African-American Studies at Yale. At the 2009 U.S. presidential inauguration of Barack Obama, Alexander recited the poem, "Praise Song for the Day," which she composed for the occasion.
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