SNCC 50th Anniversary Conference. "we had to change the conversation". Volume 25, SNCC and the Black Arts movement

SNCC 50th Anniversary Conference Volume 25 - SNCC and the Black Arts Movement: "We Had to Change the Conversation" FEATURED SPEAKERS: A.B. Spellman (Poet, Author), Amiri Baraka (Poet, Playwright), Haki Madhubuti (Poet, Founder, Third World Press), Jamila Jones (Harambee Singers), John O&#...

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Online Access:Streaming video from Academic Video Online
Corporate Author: Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (U.S.). 50th Anniversary Conference
Other Authors: Baraka, Amiri, 1934- (Speaker), Brown, Natalie Bullock. (Producer), Jones, Jamila, 1944- (Speaker), Madhubuti, Haki R., 1942- (Speaker), O'Neal, John, 1940- (Speaker), Spellman, A. B., 1935- (Speaker)
Format: Electronic Video
Language:English
Published:San Francisco, CA : California Newsreel, 2011.
Series:SNCC legacy video ; 25
Black studies in video
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Summary:SNCC 50th Anniversary Conference Volume 25 - SNCC and the Black Arts Movement: "We Had to Change the Conversation" FEATURED SPEAKERS: A.B. Spellman (Poet, Author), Amiri Baraka (Poet, Playwright), Haki Madhubuti (Poet, Founder, Third World Press), Jamila Jones (Harambee Singers), John O'Neal (Free Southern Theater). Focusing on artistic endeavor, Moderator A.B. Spellman describes this session's theme as "Where we came from, where we went, where we are and where we might go." John O'Neal, one of the founders of the Free Southern Theater, and Jamila Jones, a founder of the Harambee Singers, were directly involved with the Southern Movement and describe where artistic effort fit into that political struggle. Northern poets Amiri Baraka and Haki Madhubuti, describe the intersection and interaction between the southern struggle, its activists, and the nationwide Black arts movement in which they were key actors. The session examines the continuing engagement with the power of word and song.
Item Description:Title from resource description page (viewed Mar. 20, 2013).
Physical Description:1 online resource (88 min.).
Previously released as DVD.
Audience:For College; Adult audiences.
Access:Access limited to authorized users.