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COLLECTION Identifier: T-331; Phon-38; CD-13

Audio collection of June Jordan, 1970-2000

Buckminster Fuller and Paul Owens. Side 2: Paul Owens, May 15, 1970. Digital

Scope and Contents Jordan interviews Paul Owens about the events surrounding the shootings at Jackson State College in Mississippi. Owens was student president of the Afro-American Society on campus at the time.

June Jordan interviewed by Rachel Ross. KSAN, San Francisco, California. April 18, 1977. Digital

Scope and Contents Jordan discusses the politics of language, separatism in American culture, the power of poetry, and being a feminist and revolutionary. She also reads poems.

June's Debates 1-3. WWRL, New York. March 18, 1979. Tape 2. Digital

Scope and Contents Jordan and other African-American writers and scholars are guests for round-table conversation on the radio program, Black Dialogue, with Diane Lacey. Topics include Michele Wallace's book Black Macho and the Myth of the Superwoman, relations between the sexes in the African-American community, and African-American women writers and activists.