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Steve Earle video: peace and nonviolence

Youtube user Clairedelune is putting up some very powerful videos from the The Poetry Projects’ Annual, New Year’s Day Poetry Marathon. Here is Steve Earle reading a poem about peace. In the next video, Judith  Malina, of Living Theater, reads work from her late husband, Julian Beck…

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Above, from the Youtube video description: Singer/songwriter and political activist Steve Earle offers his reflections on Peace to celebrate the New Year at Saint Marks Church in New York. His yearly poem for the Poetry Project’s all day marathon, January 1, 2010.

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Above, from the Youtube video description: Actress and poet Judith Malina, cofounder of the Living Theatre, and comrade read the last part of Julian’s Beck’s “Revolution and Counterrevolution. ” At the annual New Years Day Marathon of the Poetry Project, St. Marks Church, New York City. January 1, 2010.

One Response

  1. This is what we need in society. As MLK said, There is no way to peace. Peace is the way. Keep up the great posts.

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