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Furious Flower 1: Warriors
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[Video is glitchy for the first 30 minutes, audio is fine though] 00:10 Introduction begins, Joanne Gabbin narrates; 01:30 Askia Toure interviews Amiri Baraka; 07:58 Baraka reads "Heathens"; 12:20 Baraka reads "I Am"; 20:55 Baraka reads "So the King Sold the Farmer #39"; 23:35 Sonia Sanchez interviews Haki Madhubuti; 25:08 Madhubuti reads "Whatever Happened to Luther"; 30:40 Madhubuti reads "The Great Wait"; 36:53 Madhubuti reads excerpt from "Killing Memory"; 43:33 Everett Hoagland interviews Kalamu ya Salaam; 47:50 Salaam reads excerpts from "The Call of the Wild"; 52:00 Salaam reads excerpts from "Blue Zephyr"; 55:15 Hoagland reads an excerpt from "love Child-a black aesthetic"; 56:35 Lorenzo Thomas interviews Sonia Sanchez; 57:48 Sonia Sanchez reads "I Have Walked A Long Time"; 1:01:37 Sanchez reads an excerpt from "We Are Here"; 1:12:28 Sanchez reads "Catch the Fire"; 1:14:33 Jabari Asim interviews Eugene Redmond; 1:18:07 Redmond reads "I Can Never Unlove You"; 1:26:10 Redmond reads an excerpt from "Barbequed Cong or We Laid My Lai Low"; 1:27:57 Virginia Fowler interviews Nikki Giovanni; 1:29:35 Giovanni speaks at conference; 1:36:28 Giovanni reads "I Was Old"; 1:50:25 Giovanni reads "Knoxville Tennessee"; 1:51:23 Credits roll
Furious Flower Poetry Center
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Furious Flower 1: Warriors, 1998, FF0182, Furious Flower Poetry Center Conference Records, 1970-2009 (bulk 1992-2005), UA0018, Special Collections, Carrier Library, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA.
Special Collections, Carrier Library, James Madison University