Ntozake Shange Interviews Marc Bamuthi Jospeh

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This BOMB podcast co-produced with 651 ARTS is a conversation between artist/performer Marc Bamuthi Joseph and Ntozake Shange, who he has called “one of my greatest influences,” about the artistic process, activism and more. This event was recorded live at The James and Martha Duffy Performance Space at the Mark Morris Dance Center in Brooklyn on March 8, 2011, as part of 651 ARTS’ LIVE & OUTSPOKEN series. It is the mission of 651 ARTS to deepen awareness of and appreciation for contemporary performing arts and culture of the African Diaspora and to provide professional and creative opportunities for performing artists of African descent. Visit www.651ARTS.org for more information.

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