The continuing story of Jerri Lange, a former Chronicle reporter; SFSU professor and longtime television host whose groundbreaking broadcasting career spanned several decades.
Now in her late 80s, Jerri is still exploration, most recently becoming the student of a Master Zen Buddhist priest. This program follows not only her past work but focuses on her love for Japan and her ongoing spiritual journey.
Included in the events will be haiku readings by poets and performances by Tureeda, Poet, Story Medicine Woman
Avotcja, poet musician
Opal Palmer Adisa, poet, professor
Maurisa Thompson, poet, teacher
Mary Rudge, Alameda poet laureate
Tarika Lewis, violinist, Dawn Hill, poet
Hosted By Ray Taliaferro- radio host and announcer
Jerri Lange Brings Images of Kyoto - One woman's spiritual journey to the heart.
African American Center, Main Library, 3rd Floor
February 2 - May 2, 2013
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