James Kass and Paul S. Flores: May 3, 2018

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The Poetry Center presents James Kass and Paul Flores, reading and in conversation, to celebrate the 21st anniversary of Youth Speaks. They read from manuscript, and performed from memory, poems that reflect on their time as founders and directors at Youth Speaks, which they launched in 1996 while still graduate students in the MFA Writing program at SF State. They discuss topics in between the poems, with their readings followed by a conversation with the audience.

Contributor
Steve Dickison, Leticia Hernández-Linares, Tomas Riley
Date
05/03/2018
Originally Recorded By
DocFilm
Total Run Time
01:32:28
Location
The Poetry Center, SFSU
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1137
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133

Group Reading (01:03:06)

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Conversation (00:23:38)

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