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A "Freedom Bus" in flames, six miles southwest of Anniston, Alabama, May 14, 1961. (Birmingham Public Library/Oxford University Press)

What could a 26-year-old white guy from Indiana possibly know about the black experience in America, past or present? 

Benjamin Franklin said, “When the well is dry, we learn the worth of water.”

In addition to being a poet and a playwright, you are also a Civil Rights activist. How do your ideas from one realm influence another?

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