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He's gone... He blew up America and will be profoundly missed. Our deepest condolences to his family and all those like us that loved and respected him. A powerful man and mind. A true poet. It was an honor being able to meet and document this giant.
Below is a video of a conversation we had with Amiri at the Harlem Book Fair in 2009. He discusses President Obama and critics who do nothing. Under that is another video from All Things Harlem, of Baraka's amazing and controersial poem, "Somebody Blew Up America" which he recited at an event marking the 40th anniversary of the Attica Prison rebellion at Riverside Church in Harlem. Enjoy!
Allthingsharlem.com is on the scene at the legendary Apollo Theater. Fans descend and dance in celebration to the King of Pop's life in Harlem, New York.
A family visiting New York remembers Michael Jackson at the Apollo Theater.
Outside of the Seville Lounge in Harlem, reflections on the career of the King of Pop Michael Jackson. allthingsharlem.com
Apollo Opens Doors to Fans in Celebration of Michael Jackson 6/30/09
Al Sharpton and Spike Lee rally fans around media's treatment of Michael Jackson
Even After his funeral, Harlem Fan Wants More Michael Jackson
Harlem Fan Says Goodbye But Wishes The King of Pop was still here
Fan travels from Canada to say goodbye to King of Pop in Harlem