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Black Forum Records was created in 1970 as part of Motown's ambition to preserve those non-musical voices and protestors of the Civil Rights Era. On this recording, poets Langston Hughes and Margaret Danner read selections from their work and casually reflect together about their craft. Both poets are celebrated here, on this rare record, for their contribution to Black American causes and American letters. An astounding legacy preserved.
Black Forum Records was created in 1970 as part of Motown's ambition to preserve those non-musical voices and protestors of the Civil Rights Era. On this recording, poets Langston Hughes and Margaret Danner read selections from their work and casually reflect together about their craft. Both poets are celebrated here, on this rare record, for their contribution to Black American causes and American letters. An astounding legacy preserved.
602445406876

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Format: Vinyl
Label: Motown
Rel. Date: 11/11/2022
UPC: 602445406876

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Black Forum Records was created in 1970 as part of Motown's ambition to preserve those non-musical voices and protestors of the Civil Rights Era. On this recording, poets Langston Hughes and Margaret Danner read selections from their work and casually reflect together about their craft. Both poets are celebrated here, on this rare record, for their contribution to Black American causes and American letters. An astounding legacy preserved.
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