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Can You Hear Me: Young Poets from the Black Ghetto
Alternative Title
"Can You Hear Me"
Willis, Allen, 1916-2011
Grieve, David D
KQED-TV (Television station : San Francisco, Calif.)
Saunders, Mel
Johnson, Billy
Saunders, Tony (Musician)
Garrett, Donald, 1932-
Date Created and/or Issued
Publication Information
Public Broadcasting Service
Contributing Institution
East Bay Media Center
California Revealed from East Bay Media Center
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A film by Allen Willis. Assisted by Tom Valens and Aaron Chapman. Technicians: Peter Hobe, Gene Doherty, Oliver Moss, Stanley Kronquist. Poets: Sheila Lofton, Deborah Adams, Kathryn Kenyatta Russell, Michelle Thomas, David Robinson, Henry Lewis, John H. Davenport Jr., Michael L. Montgomery, Robbie Bowie, William Dean, Tito Brantley, Beverley Vaughn, Ann McFarland, LaJoyce Beaman, Orvell Wilson. Music Recorded at Royal Ashbury Studio. Executive Producer: David D. Grieve. Produced at KQED-TV. Copyright 1972 Bay Area Educational Television Association. Public Broadcasting Service
moving image
Optical track
16mm film
Documentary films
1 Reel of 1
East Bay Media Center
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