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Audre Lorde on Susan Howe's WBAI radio program "Poetry", undated (Tape 1)

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Title

Audre Lorde on Susan Howe's WBAI radio program "Poetry", undated (Tape 1)

Subject

African American women--Poetry, African American lesbians--Identity, Racism--United States, Sexism, Death--Poetry

Description

Audre Lorde appears on Susan Howe's WBAI radio program "Poetry." She reads "Black Studies," "To My Daughter The Junkie On The Train," "To The Girl Who Lives In A Tree," "Song For A Thin Sister," "Oya," and "The Brown Menace" from her book New York Head Shop and Museum. On Side B, she reads newer poems including, "Solstice," "Dahomey," "Nobody Wants To Die On The Way," "School Note," and "Power."

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Citation

Audre Lorde and Susan Howe, “Audre Lorde on Susan Howe's WBAI radio program "Poetry", undated (Tape 1),” Herstories: Audio/Visual Collections of the LHA, accessed March 22, 2019, http://herstories.prattinfoschool.nyc/omeka/document/SPW1171.