Without the profound connection between these two artists, would the world ever have gotten I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings? Starring: Christina Elmore as Maya Angelou and Larry Powell as James Baldwin. Also starring Angelica Chéri as Lorraine Hansberry.
Without the profound connection between these two artists, would the world ever have gotten I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings?
Starring: Christina Elmore as Maya Angelou and Larry Powell as James Baldwin. Also starring Angelica Chéri as Lorraine Hansberry.
James Baldwin: A Biography, By David Adams Leeming
The Three Mothers, by Anna Malaika Tubbs
Notes of a Native Son, by James Baldwin
At 80, Maya Angelou Reflects on a ‘Glorious’ Life, NPR, 2008
The Collected Autobiographies of Maya Angelou, Compilation copyright 2004 by Random House, Inc.
Conversations With a Native Son
James Baldwin Biographical Timeline, American Masters, PBS
Maya Angelou, World History Project
James Baldwin’s Sexuality: Complex and Influential, NBC News
“James Baldwin on Langston Hughes”, The Langston Hughes Review, James Baldwin and Clayton Riley
“Talking Back to Maya Angelou”, by Hilton Als, The New Yorker
“Songbird”, by Hilton Als, The New Yorker
“A Brother’s Love”, by Maya Angelou
“James Baldwin Denounced Richard Wright’s ‘Native Son’ as a ‘Protest Novel,’ Was he Right?” by Ayana Mathis and Pankaj Mishra, The New York Times
“After a 30 Year Absence, the Controversial ‘Porgy and Bess’ is Returning to the Met Opera”, by Brigit Katz, Smithsonian Magazine
“Published More Than 50 Years Ago, ‘I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings’ Launched a Revolution”, by Veronica Chambers, Smithsonian Magazine
“On the Horizon: On Catfish Row”, by James Baldwin
“James Baldwin: Great Writers of the 20th Century”
“An Introduction to James Baldwin”, National Museum of African American History & Culture
“‘The Blacks,’ Landmark Off-Broadway Show, Gets 42nd Anniversary Staging, Jan 31”, by Robert Simonson, Playbill
“Do the White Thing”, by Brian Logan
“James Baldwin: The Price of the Ticket”, American Masters, PBS
“James Baldwin, The Art of Fiction”, by Jordan Elgrably
“The American Dream and the American Negro”, by James Baldwin
“The History That James Baldwin Wanted America to See”, by Eddie S. Glaude, Jr.
“Lost and ... Found?: James Baldwin’s Script and Spike Lee’s ‘Malcolm X.’” by D. Quentin Miller, African American Review