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Jan 9, 2014 – Amiri Baraka, formerly known as LeRoi Jones and Imamu Amear Baraka, is an African-American writer of poetry, drama, fiction, essays and music criticism. He is the author of numerous books of poetry and has taught at a number of universities, includin
Conversations with Amiri Baraka
Jan 11, 2014 – Details about Conversations with Amiri Baraka.
Amiri Baraka - When do you become a poet?
May 20, 2011 – Interview with legendary Amiri Baraka in Houston, TX by Asar Imhotep of MOCHA Urban Hang Suite. Baraka discusses the moment one becomes a poet and other questions. www.mochasuite.com
Amiri Baraka Live - Somebody blew up America
Sep 17, 2008 – Amiri Baraka Live
Selena Brown as Masked Woman (Amiri Baraka, Jackpot Melting Interpretation)
Mar 30, 2010 – Selena Brown is seen as a masked woman in this Amiri Baraka, Jackpot Melting Interpretation. The short film project was produced at the California Institute of the Arts and directed by student director Pooja. The actors were masked and their voices w
Attica is All of Us - Amiri Baraka
Sep 11, 2011 – Amiri Baraka speaks at the Attica is all of us event at Riverside Church in Harlem New York City on September 9, 2011.
Amiri Baraka on DN!
Nov 14, 2011 – Amiri Baraka on DN
Amiri Baraka & Rob Brown - Why's Wise
Mar 27, 2010 – www.JazzSanctuary.org Why's Wise, by Amiri Baraka (poetry) and Rob Brown (saxophone), recorded live on February 21, 2009 at The Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy, NY. Poetic icon and revolutionary political activist Amiri Baraka performs with R
"Dr. KING and The MOUNTAIN" (Amiri Baraka) with The Steve Colson Orchestra
Jan 18, 2012 – This is an excerpt from a large work titled "...as in a Cultural Reminiscence..." dedicated to Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Steve Colson was commissioned to compose this work for the opening season of the New Jersey Performing Arts Center. The pr
Amiri Baraka reads Black Art
Nov 23, 2009 – Amiri Baraka reads his poem Black Art with Sonny Murray on drums, Albert Ayler on tenor saxophone, Don Cherry on trumpet, Henry Grimes on bass, Louis Worrell on bass, for the album Sonny's Time Now. The first album lead by Sonny Murray, Sonny's Time
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