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 In Memory of June Jordan
 June Jordan
 Alternative Radio  
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David Barsamian talks with the poet, critic and America's most published African-American writer about her autobiography "Soldier", the Middle East and the 2000 elections. June Jordan died on June 14th, 2002 at her home in San Francisco.
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June Jordan died on June 14th, 2002. She had fought a long, courageous battle with cancer. There is so much that can and must be said about this remarkable woman's life. Even in the final months she continued to write and edit. She had the most beautiful laugh in the world. She is America's most published African American author.

Just before September 11th, 2000, June visited Boulder, Colorado. She spoke at length with Alternative Radio's David Barsamian and presented a plan to end Israel occupation and repression of the Palestinians. She refered of the frustration and rage of many of her students from the Middle East, and with shocking foresight, predicted that if US and Israeli policy continued to demean and destroy the lives and the human dignity of the Palestinian people, someone would strike back.

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