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Settling in NYC, Morgan debuted as Angie on ABC's "All My Children" in the early 80s. Coupled romantically onscreen with Darnell Williams, the pair were one of the first blacks to headline a major soap love story. During her long tenure on the show, Morgan earned two Daytime Emmy nominations, winning the trophy in 1989. She was also able to fit in other work as well, including hosting the syndicated "New York Hot Tracks" from 1984 to 1986 and co-starring with Dorian Harewood in "The Jesse Owens Story" (syndicated, 1984) and "Guilty of Innocence: The Lennel Jeter Story" (CBS, 1986). After leaving "All My Children", Morgan assumed the role of Chantal on the Los Angeles-based NBC soap "Generations", then reprised her award-winning part on ABC's "Loving" in 1993.
Cassandra is a minister, author and advocate for women. She received her Bachelor of Social Work degree from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (A& T ) ( Aggie Pride). She earned a Master of Science degree in Human Services with a specialization in Social and Community Services from Capella University.
Her book was selected as an Oprah’s Life Class Selection
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