Lost among all of yesterday’s “bridgegate news” was the passing of poet and playwright Amiri Baraka. During the Trenton Book Fair in 2009, I had the opportunity to interview Baraka and lead a discussion about his life and work. Throughout his life, he was controversial and opinionated. He evoked strong emotions — both positive and negative — that made us think. May he rest in peace.
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