Julius Lester Talks With Ted Joans

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Julius Lester Talks With Ted Joans
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Julius Lester Talks With Ted Joans| Produced by Ted Joans| Date not known. - CONTENT: Ted Joans interviews Julius Lester, author in self-imposed exile in Africa. Discussion about the Pan African Cultural Festival, the urbanized Algerians and their initial apprehension towards the festival. There is discussion about Joans' reputation for being a "noble savage" and a self-taught poet. Discussion about poetry and Langston Hughes. Interview concludes with Lestyer reading from the newspaper, The Amsterdam News, and commenting on the paper and the anti-war movement. - Broadcast date not known.

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