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Transcript of seguimos practicando
Founding poets of the nuyorican poets cafe:
Miguel Algarin - Richard August - Shorty Bon Bon
Jorge Brandon - Diane Burns
Americo Casiano - Lucky Cienfuegos
Sandra Maria Esteves - Eddie Figueroa
Meredith Genin aka “Belle Starr”
Lois Elaine Griffith - Tato Laviera - Miguel Loperena
Jesus Papoleto Melendez- Jose Parreño - Rev. Pedro Pietri
Miguel Piñero- Bimbo Rivas- Raul Santiago Sebazco Nuyorican Poets Cafe Class issues as well as themes of a political nature influenced some of the poetry. Many of the writers who were part of this scene were also part of the Civil Rights movement, the politics of the Black Panthers, the Young Lords, and they protested against the Vietnam War. While universal themes of love and daily life were expressed in the poetry, a good deal of the writing was poetry of resistance and of creating an identity. Nuyorican Poets Cafe The writers, poets, and playwrights who were part of this scene were young new talent including Lucky Cienfuegos, Miguel Pinero, Bimbo Rivas and Puerto Rican master poet Jorge Brandon, “El Coco Que Habla,”. The Nuyorican Poets Cafe first opened in September 1974 to provide a forum for the voices of the many poets living on the Lower East Side. Many of these new writers were from the working class. The Nuyorican Poets Cafe was an effort to broaden the audience and appeal for poetry. Nuyorican Poets Cafe Jose Sanchez De Jesus 801 07 8201
Pro. Perez Moria THE NUYORICAN POETS CAFE - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rCWFS2M6Oas Nuyorican Poets cafe Founded in1973, The Nuyorican Poets Cafe began as a living room salon in the East Village apartment of writer professor and poet, Miguel Algarin. By 1975, there were so many poets and artists gathering and reciting their works in the apartment, that Algarín decided to look for a more comfortable location. Algarín, Miguel Pinero, and other poets rented a location on East 6th Street and named it the Nuyorican Poets Cafe. In 1980, Algarín purchased a building on East 3rd Street to expand the café. Nuyorican Poets Cafe The End