For those who missed the interview on WBAI (NYC) Friday night (1/20/2023), you can gain access (regardless of your location) to the entirety of the interview by clicking on the following Poets House link. The principal topics discussed were the Elaine Race Massacre, Chester’s friendship with Sheila Walker – a descendant of survivors, the power of reconciliation, and Chester’s poem, “On Dedicating The Elaine Massacre Memorial”.
CLICK HERE to listen to the recording.
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