Playwright d'bi young looks at what it's like raising a young black man in Once Upon a Black Boy

Toronto poet and playwright d'bi young drops by the q studio to talk about her new play Once Upon a Black Boy.
Playwright d’bi young anitafrika and host Tom Power in the q studio in Toronto, Ont. (Vivian Rashotte/CBC)
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Toronto poet and playwright d'bi young anitafrika drops by the q studio to perform excerpts from and talk about her new play Once Upon a Black Boy. Young's work is always semi-autobiographical, and in this play she looks at what it's like raising a young black man in today's world.

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Toronto poet and playwright d'bi young drops by the q studio to talk about her new play Once Upon a Black Boy. 15:19

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