Feelings of Love not Yet Expressed: An Album of Poetry by the Neo Black Women in Poetry

Feelings of Love not Yet Expressed: An Album of Poetry by the Neo Black Women in Poetry

China Clark, Jo-Anne McKnight, and Amirh Bahati FW09799 / FL 9799

Founded by China Clark, Jo-Anne McKnight, and Amirh Bahati, the Neo Black Women in Poetry is a collaborative poetry group “formed to expose the diversity among Black Women but more importantly, to bring about the unity of souls – Black/White, Man/Woman. “ In this collection of twenty poems it is often unclear where the artistry of one poet ends and the other begins, creating instead a cohesive concept formed from unique and individual expression.

Year Released 1976
Record Label Folkways Records
Source Archive Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage

Copyright 2004 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings / 1976 Folkways Records

Genre(s) African American Spoken; Poetry
Country(s) United States
Culture Group(s) African American
Language(s) English
Subject(s) Instructional; Poetry; Spoken word
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101 Brown Sugar / I'm Love / I Am Amirh Bahati / A Gift of Love / The Meeting / A Gift of Love / Prayin and Making Love / Then, I remembered / A Gift of Love / The Dance of Forever China Clark, Jo-Anne McKnight, and Amirh Bahati 20:40
102 Black Messiah / Creation / Elemental Entry / Sunshine / Warmth / Creation / Motion / Elemental Entry - Sea / Creation / Peacan Pie / Creation China Clark, Jo-Anne McKnight, and Amirh Bahati 18:50
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