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Has Black Poetry Lost Its Meaning and Its Purpose? (The Black Arts Movement-BAM) compiled by Atyeb Ba Atum Re

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A reflective look at what Black Poetry used to be. Is it still a sister to the Black Power Concept?

A reflective look at what Black Poetry used to be. Is it still a sister to the Black Power Concept?

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  • 1. Full presentation inside HAS BLACK POETRY LOST ITS MEANING AND ITS PURPOSE? compiled by Atyeb Ba Atum Re
  • 2. IT’S A BLAK THANG! Double-Bind: Three Women of the Harlem Renaissance by Anthony Walton
  • 3. RelatedPresentations
  • 4. Black Poetry tells us something
  • 5. Sister to the Black Power Concept
  • 6. Poetry Slams-Do We Need Them?Are Poetry Slams moving today’s Black Poets away from the Black Power Movement?
  • 7. Poets: Abiodun Oyewole, Umar Bin Hassan and Alafia Pudim Percussionist: NilajaOn May 16, 1969 -- Malcolm Xs birthday-- they officially formed The LastPoets, adopting the name from the workof South African Little Willie Copaseely,who declared the era to be the last ageof poets before the complete takeover ofguns. Playlist

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