A litany for survival : the life and work of Audre Lorde / a film by Ada Gay Griffin & Michelle Parkerson ; a Third World Newsreel production ; produced in association with the Independent Television Service ; [Ada Gay Griffin, producer/director ; Michelle Parkerson, director].

Audre Lorde, poet and lesbian-feminist talks about being lesbian and black in New York in the 1950s and her social/political activity. Includes conversations and readings by Lorde and comments by other writers and family members.

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Other Authors: Banks, Larry (director of photography.), Bentham, John, 1969- (director of photography.), Chin, Michael (director of photography.), Choy, Christine (director of photography.), Donnelly, John (Cinematographer) (director of photography.), Gregoropoulos, Vilma (director of photography.), Griffith, Crystal (director of photography.), Jafa, Arthur (director of photography.), Lew, Herman (director of photography.), Santana, Alfred J. (director of photography.), Sosa, Irene (director of photography.), Lorde, Audre (Narrator)
Format: Video DVD
Published: New York, NY : Third World Newsreel, [2006?]

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Call Number: PS3562.O75 Z58 2006 DVD
Status: Available