Interview with Arthur Eve
QUESTION 31
INTERVIEWER 2:

Can you give me your sense also of Amiri Baraka?

ARTHUR EVE:

Because of what he had done.

INTERVIEWER 2:

ARTHUR EVE:

Brother Baraka played a major role, ah, and there was almost like the, ah, American Blacks and the Pan African American Blacks, all coming together, ah, there were a lot of division among the two groups in various forms. This was the first time that the two groups had come together and Baraka played a major role in putting together those different factions and groups for common agendas and common goals. And so he played a major and a very, very significant role in that.