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We will be performing a reading of the Obie Award-winning play, DUTCHMAN, an eerie and poignant drama by Amiri Baraka, on July 18 and 19, 2020. The play presents a stylized encounter which illustrates the racism and many psychological and political conflicts faced by black men in America in the 1960s; When Lula, a mysterious white woman, approaches Clay, a young black man, on a subway car, a long and seductive whirlwind of an exchange unfolds. Tickets: www.TheSeeingPlace.com

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Our official production graphic for DUTCHMAN. Amiri Baraka, Race In America, July 18th, Book, Book Illustrations, Books

DUTCHMAN Live-streams July 18 & 19, 2020

Our official production graphic for DUTCHMAN.

This artwork is a complex combination of symbols used in DUTCHMAN - the subway, and the apple.  Artwork by @JanelleDeyArt Secondary Color, Primary Colors, New York Painting, Nyc Subway, Young Black, 3 Shop, Colorful Paintings, All Art, Memorial Day

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"Amiri Baraka, a poet and playwright of pulsating rage, whose long illumination of the black experience in America was called incandescent in some quarters and incendiary in others, died on Thursday in Newark. He was 79." - NY Times Amiri Baraka, Black Arts Movement, Frederick Douglass, Playwright, Essayist, The New Yorker, Black Power, Adult Children, Soldering

Amiri Baraka at the National Black Political Convention in 1972

"Amiri Baraka, a poet and playwright of pulsating rage, whose long illumination of the black experience in America was called incandescent in some quarters and incendiary in others, died on Thursday in Newark. He was 79." - NY Times

Did you know the NYC subway opened in The cost for a ride: a nickel. 📷 Danny Lyon, New York City, 1966 Rare Photos, Photos Du, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Vintage Stuff, New York Subway, Nyc Subway, Lyon, Color Photography

Danny Lyon’s Unseen Photos Of NYC Subway Riders In The ’60s

Legendary photographer Danny Lyon’s photographs of commuters in the ’60s are on view for the first time at a Brooklyn subway station.

My novel "Subway Hitchhikers" runs through a world like this. Likely a late-night scene on the New York subway, Stan Wayman, Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images. New York Subway, Nyc Subway, Black White Photos, Black And White, Black Man, Rare Images, Vintage New York, Life Pictures, Back In The Day

Accordion players, packed cars and fare-dodgers: Black and white pictures show New York commuters in the 50s and 60s... but has it really changed that much?

This collection of images shows the underground regions of the city from the 1950s and 1960s, chronicling the most mundane of daily commutes and turning them into brilliant glimpses into the lives of strangers.

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Shooting for Vogue and Vanity Fair in the and father of fashion photography Edward Steichen devised a mode of portraiture that still sets the template for style magazines today History Of Photography, Vintage Photography, Boudoir Photography, Portrait Photography, Fashion Photography, Figure Photography, Glamour Photography, Photography Backdrops, Photography Business

A Woman Shielding Her Head by Edward Steichen

Publication: VogueImage Type: PhotographDate: June 1st, 1934Description: A woman wearing a halter neck shielding her head.

An poster sized print, approx (other products available) - Man pointing, close up of hand - Image supplied by Fine Art Storehouse - poster sized print mm) made in Australia Hand Drawing Reference, Body Reference, Hand Pose, Hand Pictures, Fine Art Prints, Framed Prints, Human Body Parts, Poster Size Prints, Gifts In A Mug

Man Pointing Poster

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Newark, New Jersey. Leroi Jones, one of the original Beat poets and controversial for his extreme political views, at his home in Newark. Now known as Amiri Baraka, he was named Poet Laureate of New Jersey in 2000 and has come under harsh. Amiri Baraka, Newark New Jersey, Rap, Great Poems, Blues, Beat Generation, American Poets, Political Views

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Newark, New Jersey. 1959. Leroi Jones, one of the original Beat poets and controversial for his extreme political views, at his home in Newark. Now known as Amiri Baraka, he was named Poet Laureate of...

James Early (left) and Amiri Baraka (center), with poet E. Ethelbert Miller, after taping a WHUR radio interview at Howard University, Amiri Baraka, Howard University, Tough Love, Young Black, Black Men, Politics, History, Poems, Prayers

Amiri Baraka, Politics, and Tough Love

Amiri Baraka loved his people. Loved us romantically, paternally, loyally, protectively, proudly, fiercely. This deep, intelligent love—uncompromising and impatient, sacrificial and bottomless—is t…