Regenerating the Black Poetic Tradition, 2004

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Title

Regenerating the Black Poetic Tradition, 2004

Date of Creation

9-23-2004

Description

00:00 video begins with montage of poets reading at 2004 conference; 00:35 Joanne Gabbin narrates; 01:32 Daryl Dance interviews Velma Pollard; 09:55 Tyehimba Jess interviews Kwame Dawes; 16:34 Dawes reads "Ward Twenty-One"; 20:55 Brenda Marie Osbey reads an excerpt from "The Evening News: A Letter to Nina Simone"; 27:07 Carmen Gillespie interviews Brenda Marie Osbey; 33:56 Qurayash Ali Lansana interviews Haki Madhubuti; 36:40 Madhubuti reads "The B Network"; 42:20 Meta DuEwa Jones interviews Elizabeth Alexander; 49:10 Alexander reads "When"; 51:45 Tony Bolden interviews Yusef Komunyakaa; 58:02 Komunyakaa reads "Ode to A Drum"; 1:02:33 Komunyakaa reads "The Same Beat"

Creator

Furious Flower Poetry Center

Creator

Contributors

Gabbin, Joanne (speaker); Dance, Daryl (speaker); Pollard, Velma (speaker); Jess, Tyehimba (speaker); Dawes, Kwame (speaker); Osbey, Brenda Marie (speaker); Gillespie, Carmen (speaker); Lansana, Qurayash Ali (speaker); Madhubuti, Haki (speaker); Jones, Meta DuEwa (speaker); Alexander, Elizabeth (speaker); Bolden, Tony (speaker); Komunyakaa, Yusef (speaker)

Collection Number

UA 0018

Identifier

FF138

Digital Origin

reformatted digital

Type of Resource

moving image

Running Time

01:06:17

Rights

Copyright for official University records is held by James Madison University; all other copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law. For more information, contact the Special Collections Library Reference Desk (library-special@jmu.edu).

Repository

Special Collections, Carrier Library, James Madison University

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