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Amiri Baraka: my fiery inspiration

Bernadine Evaristo: His uncompromising stance set an example of bold and daring work, which continues to resound
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    Amiri Baraka 10/ 7/ 1934- 1/9/2014 Actor, Activist, Theater Director and Producer, Poet, Teacher

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