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Regie O’Hare Gibson, Fellow Emeritus of the Black Earth Institute shares the stage with saxophonist Stan Strickland.

A poem inspired by his daughter goes nicely in front of a saxophonist Stan Strickland on Radio Boston. The poem titled, “Jazz People” is about little people who live inside instruments and come to life when the instrument is played. A month earlier Regie was broadcast live from the TEDxBoston conference at Faneuil Hall on Radio Boston and brought the crowd to a standing ovation with his poem, “Cry Havoc, To Thine Own Self Be Hip: A Response to Hamlet’s Existential Question for Men Who Have Considered Suicide.”

To hear and appreciate Regie, click here.