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…It’s a long improvisation, my life… I don’t know many musicians who could come up with the variations I have… like a poet with a third eye for the way that the wind blows… I put my token in the great subway train and went for a ride. I’m a moody son of a bitch. When I was a  [...]

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Issue 23

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23

Fall 2015

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Kathleen Collins (1942-1988) was a civil-rights organizer, playwright, filmmaker, and professor at New York’s City College. Her second film, Losing Ground (1982), one of the very first features by an African-American woman, was not released theatrically. Last year, it was featured in Tell it like it is: Black Independents in New York, 1968-1986 (Film Society of Lincoln Center), and Milestone Films will release a DVD of the film later this year.

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