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Title [Oral History Interview with Grace Lee Boggs.]

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Description 1 DVD-R, from MP4 ; 0:17:00 min.
Note Title written on DVD-R: Detroit City Poets, Grace Lee Boggs.
Recorded at Boggs Residence, Detroit, Michigan 04/09/2009
Summary An oral history project entitled "The Detroit City Poetry Project" created to document the Detroit poetry scene and independent presses that proliferated primarily during the 1960s-1970s. The interviews were conducted by Monika Berenyi, a Canadian researcher and documentarian. The oral histories and supplementary materials were donated to Wayne State University Libraries.
Note Writer and activist who has lived in Detroit since 1953. She discusses the evolution of her activism and philosophy during her years in Detroit.
Subject Boggs, Grace Lee -- Interviews.
African Americans -- Michigan -- Detroit.
Community development -- Michigan -- Detroit.
Oral history -- Michigan -- Detroit.
Added Author Berenyi, Monika.
Wayne State University.
Added Title Grace Lee Boggs
Part of Detroit City Poets Oral History Project
Related to the Cass Corridor Documentation Project
Detroit City poets, Grace Lee Boggs.
Detroit City Poets Project.
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