Pavillon, Hay Festival Site, Hay-on-Wye
Date & Time: 29 May 2013, 5pm
Venue: Pavillon, Hay Festival Site, Hay-on-Wye
Speaker(s): Sokari Douglas Camp and Henrietta L. Moore
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