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Legacies: The Poetry of Nikki Giovanni
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produced by Nikki Giovanni, 1943- (Folkways Records, 1976), 25 mins

“Those who have gone before and those who are yet to be birthed – it is to these that we owe our legacies. I am hopeful we are at least as strong as our foreparents and I am confident we will be as intelligent as the next century requires.” This collection of poetry by Nikki Giovanni explores the relation...

produced by Nikki Giovanni, 1943- (Folkways Records, 1976), 25 mins
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Feelings of Love not Yet Expressed: An Album of Poetry by the Neo Black Women in Poetry
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written by Amirh Bahati, Jo-Anne McKnight and China Clark (Folkways Records, 1976), 40 mins

Founded by China Clark, Jo-Anne McKnight, and Amirh Bahati, the Neo Black Women in Poetry is a collaborative poetry group “formed to expose the diversity among Black Women but more importantly, to bring about the unity of souls – Black/White, Man/Woman. “ In this collection of twenty poems it is often uncl...

written by Amirh Bahati, Jo-Anne McKnight and China Clark (Folkways Records, 1976), 40 mins
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Music Therapy with the Developmentally Handicapped
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produced by Edith Hillman Boxill (Folkways Records, 1976), 42 mins

Edith Hillman Boxill presents in this 1976 compilation a collection of songs to exemplify the use of music in handicapped learning development. As Boxill states: “Music therapy is the use of music as a functional, therapeutic tool for the restoration, maintenance, and improvement of mental and physical health.€..

produced by Edith Hillman Boxill (Folkways Records, 1976), 42 mins
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Charles Olson Reads from Maximus Poems IV, V, VI
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written by Charles Olson; produced by Barry Miles (Folkways Records, 1975), 1 hour 4 mins
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Margaret Walker Alexander Reads Langston Hughes, P.L. Dunbar, J.W. Johnson
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written by James Weldon Johnson, 1871-1938, Langston Hughes, 1902-1967 and Paul Laurence Dunbar, 1872-1906 (Folkways Records, 1975), 55 mins

In 1932, Margaret Walker, acclaimed poet, had the unique opportunity to hear both Langston Hughes and James Weldon Johnson recite their poetry. In this collection, Walker shares with listeners four of the “Seven Negro Sermons in Verse” that she herself heard Johnson read in New Orleans. Walker exceptionally...

written by James Weldon Johnson, 1871-1938, Langston Hughes, 1902-1967 and Paul Laurence Dunbar, 1872-1906 (Folkways Records, 1975), 55 mins
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The Poetry of Margaret Walker
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written by Margaret Walker (Folkways Records, 1975), 44 mins

Margaret Walker was one of the most respected poets not only in the African American community but in America at large. Walker’s poems were first published in the 1930s when she was still a teenager and from there her popularity only grew. Walker’s poems tend to focus on themes surrounding Black culture suc...

written by Margaret Walker (Folkways Records, 1975), 44 mins
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