'Poets for Human Rights' Founder Visits City of Legends

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'Poets for Human Rights' founder Larry Jaffe, will be guest on FROM OUT OF THE CITY on December 10, 2005, in honor of International Human Rights Day.

The Romantic Poet of the Internet, William F. DeVault, is welcoming poet, author and editor Larry Jaffe to the virtual airwaves this Saturday, December 10, in honor of International Human Rights Day.

Jaffe, who is International Readings Coordinator for the United Nations Dialogue among Civilizations through Poetry, wrote the foreword for DeVault's 2001 collection "Love Gods of a Forgotten Religion".

"I know of no more appropriate guest for this occasion, and no poet writing today whom I respect more," said DeVault, whose weekly podcast show are available on iTunes and through his own City of Legends website. "He is celebrated not only for his volume of work and devotion to the Southern California poetry scene, but also his activism, his humanity, his tireless dedication to making a statement and a change where needed."

International Human Rights Day is established by proclamation of the United Nations.

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