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GroundWork New and Selected Poems, Don L. Lee/Haki R. Madhubuti From 1966-1996

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ISBN-10: 0883781735

ISBN-13: 9780883781739

Edition: N/A

Authors: Haki R. Madhubuti

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List price: $14.95
Publisher: Third World Press
Publication date: 1/1/1996
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 329
Size: 6.07" wide x 8.98" long x 0.94" tall
Weight: 0.506
Language: English

Haki R. Madhubuti, an award-winning poet, educator, essayist, founder and publisher of Third World Press, is the author of thirty-one books. He is the co-founder of the Institute of Positive Education and the co-founder of four schools in Chicago. He is a retired university professor. Madhubuti's latest book of poems is Honoring Genius: Gwendolyn Brooks: The Narrative of Craft, Art, Kindness and Justice.

Back Again, Home
Wake-Up Niggers
Re-Act For Action
First Impressions On A Poet's Death
Mainstream of Society
"They Are Not Ready"
The New Integrationist
Two Poems
Only A Few Left
The Only One
The Primitive
Contradiction in Essence
The Death Dance
The Traitor
Black Poetics/for the many to come
Gwendolyn Brooks
But He Was Cool or: he even stopped for green lights
Communication in Whi-te
Don't Cry, Scream
A Poem to Complement other Poems
Black Sketches
The Third World Bond
The Revolutionary Screw
Reflections on a Lost Love
A Poem Looking for a Reader
Louder but Softer
Blackman/an unfinished history
Soft, Hard, Warm, Sure
Man Thinking About Woman
Big Momma
Mixed Sketches
Man and Woman
Blackgirl Learning
On Seeing Diana Go Maddddddddd
We're an Africanpeople
A Poem for A Poet
Change is Not Always Progress
Knocking Donkey Fleas off a Poet from the Southside of Chi
Sun House
One Sided Shoot-out
For Black People
See Sammy Run in the Wrong Direction
We Walk the Way of the New World
Move Unnoticed to be Noticed: A Nationhood Poem
Positives: for Sterling Plumpp
With All Deliberate Speed
To Be Quicker for Black Political Prisoners on the Inside and Outside - Real
An Afterword: for Gwen Brooks
Mwilu/or Poem for the Living
Discovering the Traitors
Positive Movement Will Be Difficult but Necessary
We Are Some Funny "Black Artists" and Everybody Laughs at Us
Rise Vision Comin
African Men
Spirit Flight into the Coming
Life Poems
You Will Not Recognize Your Brothers
The Petty Shell Game
The Writer
Everything's Cool: Black America in the Early Eighties
The Secrets of the Victors
Is Truth Liberating?
The Shape Of Things To Come
Negro Leaderships
Women Black: Why These Poems
The Changing Seasons of Ife
Lady Day
Some of the Women are Brave
Search Void of Fear
Womenblack: We begin with You
A Mother's Poem
In The Gut or Give Me Five
The Destruction of Fathers
Poet: for Larry Neal
My Brothers
The Damage We Do
Rape: the male crime
White on Black Crime
A Poem for Quincy Jones, Sidney Poitier, Harry Belafonte, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, James Earl Jones, Wilt Chamberlain, Richard Pryor, Redd Foxx, Lou Rawls, andc., andc., andc., for Days
Comin Strong
Message to Our Sons
For Blackmen with Integrity and Convictions
Get Fired Up
Hanging Hard in America
America: the future
Sun and Storm
End Notes
Sun Rise Missions
Getting to this Place
Killing Memory
The Union of Two
Possibilities: Remembering Malcolm X
The End of White World Supremacy
Poet: Gwendolyn Brooks at 70
Magnificent Tomorrows
Always Remember Where You Are
Poem Resulting from a Television Ad For The Color Purple
Woman with Meaning
Hoyt W. Fuller: No Easy Compromises
First World
Remarkable Music and Measure: Remembering the Fathers and the Sons
Honest Search
Pollution: Part 1
Poet: What Ever Happened to Luther?
The Great Wait
negro: an updated definition part 368
Seeking Ancestors
The B Network
Black Manhood: Toward A Definition
A Bonding
White People are People too
Rwanda: Where Tears have no Power
Gwendolyn Brooks: Distinctive and Proud at 77
Standing as an African Man: Black Men in a Sea of Whiteness
The Mission of a Good Man
The State's Answer to Economic Development
So Many Books, So Little Time
Too Many of Our Young are Dying
What Makes Him Happy