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Black women: catalyst for change IV: black women poets, December 1983

 Item — Reel: 3942
Black women: catalyst for change IV: black women poets, produced by Dr. Mary F. Lennox, is part of a series designed to provide information about the black woman in America with a goal of instilling listeners with fresh insight, positive attitudes, and new realizations of the significant contributions of the black woman to the larger society and to her own culture. This specific program discusses the lives and work of African American poets, including samples of their poetry, December 1979.

Dates

  • December 1983

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Library Details

Part of the Special Collections and University Archives

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