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California’s First Asian American Poet Laureate Wants to Bridge Social Justice and Poetry

Tongo Eisen-Martin stands in the hallway of Parker Elementary School in East Oakland.

Dispatch From Parker Elementary with Tongo Eisen-Martin

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Sonoma Writer Ada Limón Named New U.S. Poet Laureate

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For San Jose's Freeman Flow, Live Hip-Hop 'Reminds Us How We're Connected'

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In 'Human Resources' an Oakland Poet Finds Her Voice Working on A.I.

Nijla Mu'min

'Love me Before the City Disappears' from The Bay Podcast

Michael Wayne Turner III, 'Satisfied'

Andrea Abi-Karam, 'Poetry as Forces'

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Serenity Belton, 'Mask'

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