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The parents of writer Amiri Baraka were Coyt Leverette Jones and Anna Lois. He had nine children and also served for three years in the U.S. Armed Services.

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What is Amiri Baraka's birthday?

Amiri Baraka was born on October 7, 1934.

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Dutchman' by Amiri Baraka tells the story of a confrontation aboard a New York City subway train. The encounter is between a well dressed black businessman and a seductive white female passenger. She teases and provokes him until he lets loose an eloquent, but emotional, tirade about the effects of centuries of oppression. The encounter escalates and ends with the woman stabbing the man to death.

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