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Regina Spektor ’01 Featured on Poetry in America

In this public television series, she joins the likes of Bill Clinton, Samantha Power, Bono, and YoYoMa in immersive interpretations of a single American poem.

Regina Spektor ’01 (studio composition) recites the poem “The New Colossus” by Emma Lazarus from memory in an episode that examines immigration in our current climate through the revered words found inscribed on the Statue of Liberty.

Regina Spektor ’01 performing “Apres Moi” during a day of filming with the Poetry in America team. Credit: poetryinamerica.org

The episode, scheduled to air soon (check your local listings), also features activist and founder of the United We Dream Foundation Cristina Jiménez; President of the American Federation of Teachers Randi Weingarten; financier and philanthropist David Rubenstein; and poet Duy Doan.

Learn more about the Poetry in America television series here. 

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