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What is Reflected in the Koi Pond in Early Evening

Antoinette Brim reads from "What is Reflected in the Koi Pond in Early Evening " from her poetry collection "Icarus in Love." 

What is Reflected in the Koi Pond in Early Evening

Antoinette Brim reads from "What is Reflected in the Koi Pond in Early Evening " from her poetry collection "Icarus in Love." 

Autumn Aubade

 



Antoinette Brim reads "Autumn Aubade" from her poetry collection "Icarus in Love." 

A Meditation on 'Killer of Sheep'



Antoinette Brim reads an excerpt from "A Meditation on 'Killer of Sheep' " from her poetry collection "Icarus in Love." 

Professor Antoinette Brim, OneWorld Progressive Institute, speaks with six students from Career High School in New Haven and Hamden High School, Hamden, CT about the relevance of Black History Month now that there is an African American President.  The conversation is enlightening and informed.

In This OneWorld Civic Engagement Program, Professor Antoinette Brim speaks with six students from Career High School (NHPS) New Haven, and Hamden High School, Hamden, CT, about the relevance of Black History Month now that there is an African American President. Are we living in a post-racial America? Not in the experiences of these students.

 "For Sister Gwen Brooks," is Sanchez's tribute to the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet who died in 2000. Film Clip from BaddDDD Sonia Sanchez: A new film by Barbara Attie, Janet Goldwater and  Sabrina Schmidt Gordon, with musical score by Evan Solot.  

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