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00:00 video begins with montage of poets reading at 2004 conference; 00:35 Joanne V. Gabbin narrates; 01:32 Daryl Cumber Dance interviews Velma Pollard; 09:55 Tyehimba Jess interviews Kwame Senu Neville 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 R. 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"
Furious Flower Poetry Center
Gabbin, Joanne V. (speaker); Dance, Daryl Cumber (speaker); Pollard, Velma (speaker); Jess, Tyehimba (speaker); Dawes, Kwame Senu Neville (speaker); Osbey, Brenda Marie (speaker); Gillespie, Carmen (speaker); Lansana, Qurayash Ali (speaker); Madhubuti, Haki R. (speaker); Jones, Meta DuEwa (speaker); Alexander, Elizabeth (speaker); Bolden, Tony (speaker); Komunyakaa, Yusef (speaker)
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Regenerating the Black Poetic Tradition, 2004, FF0138, Furious Flower Poetry Center Records, 1970-2021, UA 0017, Special Collections, Carrier Library, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA.
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