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Title
Talking It Through: Bilal the Poet
Creator
Morearty, John
Date Created and/or Issued
1994-02-10
Contributing Institution
John Morearty Archive
Collection
California Revealed from John Morearty Archive
Rights Information
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Description
In this episode of "Talking It Through", originally aired February 10, 1994, Morearty speaks with his neighbor Bilal the Poet, a Stockton activist. Bilal speaks aloud his political poems, including one that mentions Reginald Denny and Rodney King, discusses masculinity, and speaks to youth viewing the show. Morearty and Bilal also discuss a recently-rejected local education voucher proposal, which the two of them had discussed on a program three weeks prior.
Type
moving image
Format
Master
Color
Sound
VHS
Extent
1 Tape of 1
Identifier
Box 1, Tape 14
castojma_000001
Provenance
John Morearty Archive
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