Manuel Callahan, Stefano Harney, Tonika Sealy Thompson: December 4, 2016 (Updated two months ago)
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Added to Poetry Center Digital Archive on January 5, 2017.
- Originally Recorded By: DocFilm Institute
- Location: City College of San Francisco, Mission Campus
- Date: 12/04/2016
- Total Run Time: 01:19:39
- Contributor: Steve Dickison, Marshall R. Trammell, Tanya Hollis
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