Film, Video National Youth Poet Laureate Commencement
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- National Youth Poet Laureate Commencement
- 2019 Regional Youth Poets Laureate Kara Jackson (Chicago), Haviland Nona Gai Whiting (Nashville), Jackson Neal (Houston) Azura Tyabji (Seattle) and Maren Wright-Kerr (Baltimore) read in an event hosted by Mahogany L. Browne and featuring Washington, D.C./Prince George's County Youth Poets Laureate.
- April 04, 2019
- 1 hours 16 minutes 18 seconds
- online text
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