Tony Medina remembers Amiri Baraka
Tony Medina treats us to his memories of Amiri Baraka on the next edition of Spoken Word. We discuss Amiri’s evolution as and activist and poet/playwrite. As well as sharing some of the poetry Mr. Baraka left us for eternity. This world and Black America are better off because Amiri walked here and taught us if we didn’t know how to stand up.
I am sure this will be only one of many tributes to the memory of Amiri Baraka
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First generation Washingtonian, Air Personality/Music Director for HUR-VOICES SiriusXM 141 and WHUR-WORLD 96.3 HD2. A graduate of Barnard Elementary, Charles Lewis Rabaut Jr. High, Theodore Roosevelt Senior High (RIDER4LIFE) and the University of the District of Columbia. B.S Degree in Library Instructional Systems Technology. Served honorably in the United States Army.