[Michigan State University Professor Jeff Wray hosts the University's Black History Month Read-In].

Michigan State University Professor Jeff Wray hosts the University's Black History Month Read-In. Wray reads from Paul Beatty's novel "White Boy Shuffle." Fifth grader Kimani Hamilton-Wray reads "Better Wait til Martin Comes" from the collection "The People Could Fly: American Black Folktales." Rona...

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Other Authors: Wray, Jeffrey C. (Speaker)
Hamilton-Wray, Kimani
De Suze, Ronald
Kendrick, C. G.
Cookie, Whitaker
Ross, Constance
Ogundimu, Folu
Robinson, Earle
Hamilton-Wray, Tama Lynne
Lamming, George, 1927-
Goines, Donald, 1937-1974
Achebe, Chinua
Ellison, Ralph
Beatty, Paul
Scott-Heron, Gil, 1949-2011
Language:English
Published: [2003]
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Physical Description:1 electronic audio file (2 hr., 1 min., 2 sec.) : digital, WAV, MP3 files.
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Michigan State University Professor Jeff Wray hosts the University's Black History Month Read-In. Wray reads from Paul Beatty's novel "White Boy Shuffle." Fifth grader Kimani Hamilton-Wray reads "Better Wait til Martin Comes" from the collection "The People Could Fly: American Black Folktales." Ronald De Suze reads from George Lamming's novel "In the Castle of My Skin." C.G. Kendrick reads from Donald Goines novel "Black Girl Lost." Cookie Whitaker reads selections from Langston Hughes. Constance Ross reads from J. California Cooper's short story "Living" contained in the book "Homemade Love." Wray also reads Gil Scott-Heron's poem "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised." Folu Ogundimu reads from Chinua Achebe's novel "Anthills of the Savannah." Earle Robinson reads from Ralph Ellison's "Invisible Man." The read-in was coordinated by Diana Rivera and Tama Hamilton-Wray.
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Recorded on analog cassette and digitized by the G. Robert Vincent Voice Library.
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Call Number:Voice 23059
Playing Time:02:01:02
System Details:Mode of Access: World Wide Web.
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Recored by the Vincent Voice Library, 17, 2003.