Baraka使用LeRoi Jones这个名字写了一部戏剧“荷兰人”，该剧于1964年首演。该剧讲述了纽约地铁上一名白人女子和一名黑人男子之间的暴力遭遇。它赢得了奥比最佳美国戏剧奖，后来改编为电影。 1965年暗杀马尔科姆X导致巴拉卡离开了大部分白色的垮掉场景，并移动到哈莱姆的黑人主要街区。在那里，他开设了Black Arts Repertory Theatre / School，它成为了Sun Ra和Sonia Sanchez等黑人艺术家的天堂，并带领其他黑人艺术家开设了类似的场地。黑人艺术场馆的兴起引发了一场名为“黑人艺术运动”的运动。他还批评民权运动采取非暴力行为，并在其1965年的一首诗“黑色艺术”中提出，暴力是创造一个黑人世界所必需的。受马尔科姆去世的启发，他还撰写了“黑心诗”。同年在1965年出版了小说“但丁的地狱系统”。1967年，他发行了短篇小说集“故事集”。黑色和使用暴力来实现解放这两个因素融入了这些作品。巴拉卡的新发现的战斗在他的离婚中发挥了作用。根据她的回忆录“如何成为Hettie Jones”，来自他的白人妻子.Baraka自己在1980年的乡村之声论文中承认了“前反犹主义的自白”。 （他否认选择了文章的标题。）他写道，“作为一个嫁给一个白人妇女的黑人，我开始感到疏远她……怎么可能有人与敌人结婚？ Baraka的第二任妻子Sylvia Robinson，后来被称为Amina Baraka，是一位黑人女性。他们在1967年举行了约鲁巴婚礼，当年巴拉卡出版了诗歌集“黑魔法”。一年前，他发表了主页：社交论文。随着阿米娜，巴拉卡回到了他的家乡纽瓦克，在那里他们为名为灵魂之家的艺术家开设了剧院和住所。他还前往洛杉矶会见了学者和活动家Ron Karenga（或Maulana Karenga），他是宽扎节假日的创始人，旨在重新将美国黑人与他们的非洲传统联系起来。这位诗人没有使用LeRoi Jones这个名字，而是选择了Imamu Amear Baraka这个名字。 Imamu是斯瓦希里语中的“精神领袖”，Amear的意思是“王子”，而Baraka本质上意味着“神圣的祝福”。他最终去了Amiri Baraka。1968年，Baraka共同编辑了Black Fire：An Anthology of Afro-美国写作和他的戏剧之家上演了黑豹派对。他还担任统一纽瓦克委员会主席，成立并主持非洲人民大会，并且是全国黑人政治大会的主要组织者。 20世纪70年代，巴拉卡开始支持全球“第三世界”人民的解放，而不是黑人民族主义。他接受了马克思列宁主义哲学，并于1979年在纽约州立大学非洲研究系担任讲师。布鲁克，后来他成为教授。他还是哥伦比亚大学和罗格斯大学的客座教授，并在旧学校，旧金山州立大学，布法罗大学和乔治华盛顿大学任教。 1984年，巴拉卡的回忆录“LeRoi Jones / Amiri Baraka的自传”出版。他继续赢得1989年的美国图书奖和兰斯顿休斯奖。 1998年，他在电影“Bulworth”中担任角色，由Warren Beatty主演。
Baraka used the name LeRoi Jones to write a play “The Dutchman”, which premiered in 1964. The play tells about the violent encounter between a white woman and a black man on the New York subway. It won the Obi Best American Drama Award and was later adapted into a film. The assassination of Malcolm X in 1965 led Baraka to leave most of the white smashing scene and move to the main black neighborhood of Harlem. There, he opened the Black Arts Repertory Theatre / School, which became a paradise for black artists such as Sun Ra and Sonia Sanchez, and led other black artists to open similar venues. The rise of black art venues sparked a campaign called the Black Art Movement. He also criticized the civil rights movement for non-violent behavior and stated in a 1965 poem “Black Art” that violence is necessary to create a black world. Inspired by the death of Malcolm, he also wrote “Black Heart Poetry”. In 1965, the novel “Dante’s Hell System” was published in 1965. In 1967, he published a short story collection “Story Collection”. The two factors of black and the use of violence to achieve liberation are integrated into these works. Baraka’s newly discovered battle played a role in his divorce. According to her memoir “How to Become Hettie Jones,” his white wife, Baraka himself, acknowledged the “confidence of pre-Asianism” in the 1980 Country Voices paper. (He denied the choice of the title of the article.) He wrote, “As a black man married to a white woman, I began to feel alienated from her… How could someone marry the enemy? Baraka’s second wife, Sylvia Robinson, later known as Amina Baraka, was a black woman who held the Yoruba wedding in 1967, when Baraka published the poetry collection “Black Magic.” A year ago, he published his home page: Social Papers. With Amina, Baraka returned to his hometown of Newark, where they opened theatres and residences for artists named Soul House. He also traveled to Los Angeles to meet with scholar and activist Ron Karenga (or Maulana Karenga), the founder of the Kwanzaa holiday, aims to reconnect African Americans to their African traditions. Instead of using the name LeRoi Jones, the poet chose the name Imamu Amear Baraka. The “spiritual leader” in Vahiri, Amear means “prince”, and Baraka essentially means “sacred blessing.” He eventually went to Amiri Baraka. 1968 Baraka co-edited Black Fire: An Anthology of Afro – American Writing and his Drama House staged the Panther Party. He also served as Chairman of the Unified Newark Committee, established and hosted the African People’s Congress, and was the National Black Political Conference. The main organizer. In the 1970s, Baraka began to support the liberation of the global “Third World” people, not black nationalism. He accepted Marxism-Leninism philosophy and in 1979 at the Department of African Studies at the State University of New York. As a lecturer, Brooke, later he became a professor. He is also a visiting professor at Columbia University and Rutgers University, and teaches at old schools, San Francisco State University, Buffalo University and George Washington University. In 1984, Baraka’s memoirs “The Autobiography of LeRoi Jones / Amiri Baraka” was published. He continued to win the 1989 American Book Award and the Langston Hughes Award. In 1998, he played the role of the film “Bulworth”, starring Warren Beatty.