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Facing racism, a poetic defense

By Malena Amusa
Globe Correspondent / August 7, 2005

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Poet Omekongo Dibinga still remembers his first poem: he wrote it in seventh grade, sitting in his guidance counselor's office at the Boston Latin School, fuming after an argument with a teacher. (Full article: 802 words)

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