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We are not a New York suburb : Latino poetry in Philadelphia / produced by Frances Negron-Muntaner.

Program Title:
We are not a New York suburb : Latino poetry in Philadelphia / produced by Frances Negron-Muntaner.
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SZ0633
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Documentary on the politics of Latino writers in th e United States. The material is drawn from the search of one writer to find community among Philadelphia's Latino authors. The programs examines issues such as: language, exclusion, Latino identity, aesthetics and the creative process. From interviews with writers and groups discussions.|WE ARE NOT A NEW YORK SUBURB : LATINO POETRY IN PHILADELPHIA / produced by Frances Negron-Muntaner. - Documentary on the politics of Latino writers in the United States. The material is drawn from the search of one writer to find community among Philadelphia's Latino authors. Examines issues such as: language, exclusion, Latino identiy, aesthetics and the creative process. From interviews with writers and group discussios. Features: Zulma Gonzalez Parker, juna David Acosta, Luis Hernandez, Carlos Trujillo, Hernan Galilea, Ives Morales, and Frances Negron-Muntaner. - RECORDED: Philadelphia, 1990.

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Philadelphia, 1990.
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1 reel (50 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., mono.|50:00
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1990.
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