Literature Program

Saturday, April 27, 2002

$4 general, $3 seniors/students. $2 members

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Co-sponsored/co-presented by:
Just Buffalo Literary Center


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"This event will be a celebration of music and words, songs of slavery and salvation, hymns, worksongs, blues, gospel, and jazz, woven into, around, and beside a collection of poems and stories by such notable African American writers as Paul Laurence Dunbar, James Weldon Johnson, Gwendolyn B. Bennett and Langston Hughes, as well as original work by Annette Daniels-Taylor. Join Daniels-Taylor (spoken word), Julius Long (guitar), Marlowe Wright (percussion), Max Thein (bass), and Joyce Carolyn (vocals) as they remember the treasured contribution of the African American in the American story which is the link to the past and key to the future." just buffalo's interdisciplinary programs are made possible with a grant from the Special Arts Services program of NYSCA.

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April, 2002 - 2002