Murals are fragile things. They bring vibrant color and life to what was once dead spaces. As the years and the weather pounds on them, their colors begin to fade. Or a new building will cover the damage and the narratives of the past. I’ve been noting the visual music of U Street and Shaw […]
Noted poet @Ethelbertpoet and more than 80 other staff have been fired by @HowardU Ethelbert Miller was at Howard for 40 years. — Mark Segraves (@SegravesNBC4) April 3, 2015 Ethelbert Miller is a globally recognized and published poet, board chair of the Institute for Policy Studies and, until today (I suppose), was Director of the […]
EXPERIENCE OVEE James Baldwin from “The Negro and the American Promise” (WGBH Archives, recorded 1963) Log on for a a live screening and chat with E. Ethelbert Miller on the literary and political activism of American novelist, essayist, playwright James Baldwin Saturday, October 13, 2012 at 1- 2 PM (ET) http://ovee.itvs.org/screenings/0kksw VIDEO DESCRIPTION:James […]
More for the eyes. “The Angle Show”, an eclectic docuseries, is created/produced by Gemal Woods of Park Triangle Productions. Profiles: (Intersections) E. Ethelbert Miller interviews Sam Gilliam from Park Triangle Productions on Vimeo.
CLASS STRUGGLE WITH WINGS Birds fighting for food near my bench. Why do I feed them crumbs? From E. Ethelbert Miller’s The Ear Is An Organ Made for Love Download the collection of poems from this link. Listen to the interview about the poems, the process, the life observations on this link for WPFW-FM’s “On […]