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American Voices: Katori Hall

  • Aired: 12/14/2012
  • 03:39
  • Expires: 12/14/2017
  • Rating: NR
Playwright Katori Hall’s “The Mountaintop,” a musing on Martin Luther King’s last night, played on Broadway with Angela Bassett and Samuel L. Jackson in the lead roles. Her play “Hurt Village” takes place in a contemporary Memphis housing project. In this essay, she addresses breaking down assumptions about poverty.
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Memphis-born playwright Katori Hall on breaking down assumptions about poverty.
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