Audio & Podcasts
A collaboration with American Public Media, which creates poetry programming for a variety of public radio shows, including Marketplace, Performance Today, Speaking of Faith, The Story, and The Splendid Table.
The Tuskegee Airmen made history during World War II as the country's first black military pilots. Their performance paved the way for the end of racial segregation in the military forces. Poet Marilyn Nelson talks about the struggles and the legacy of these legendary pilots.
MORE EPISODES FROM Poetry Radio Project
|06/02/2009||Listen||A Working Man's Poet|
|05/26/2009||Listen||“We are the ones we've been waiting for.”|
|05/08/2009||Listen||Finding the Poetry in Finance|