|Interviewer||Mary Sue Koeppel|
|Subject||Poetry, Native American experience|
Copyright 1992 Florida Community College at Jacksonville
Poet Joy Harjo discusses her work, which focuses on landscapes, the Native American experience, and racism. Harjo also reads and discusses her inspirations for her poems "New Orleans," "Strange Fruit," and "She Had Some Horses." Harjo stresses the importance of acknowledging and discussing evil in the world.
NOTE: Video lacks standard series intro and introduction by host and starts several minutes into interview.
Poetry, landscape, Native Americans, history, racism
Harjo, J. (1992). Interviewed by M.S. Koeppel [Video Recording]. Worth Quoting. YouTube, Jacksonville, Florida.
Run time: 27 minutes