Interviews and live recordings by Norma Johnson

The following recordings were made by – Independent Community Radio for Boulder, Denver and Beyond!

A Poetic Dialogue on Race: Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2017

Norma Johnson & musician Dexter Payne gave a special performance of poetry and music on race in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday January 16th at the Dairy Arts Center in Boulder. The performance was a presentation by Motus Theater.

Poems For My White Friends

“This poem was a cry from my heart to speak on a deeper level to my white friends and to attempt to relay to them that because of race, there is a palpable difference in the way our daily lives play out. And to my friends of darker hues, I offer this gift of voice.”

PoCo in BoCo: White Privilege

Looking at issues facing People of Color in Boulder County (PoCo in BoCo) speaks with poet and educator Norma Johnson and Debby Irving, author of Waking up White, about confronting white privilege.

PoCo in BoCo: Finding Common Ground

Tracey Jones and Nikhil Mankekar speak with local poet and educator Norma Johnson about finding common ground across differences.