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I Too, Sing America. Harlem Renaissance 100 Jul 20
Meet - He says, "Right now, we're in a crazy time and a crazy place. I feel like everybody needs to show more love and receive more love." Read his story:
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Frances Frost Jul 17
Had a fun start to the day as a guest reader for where my daughter is teaching. I get to pick the ? Langston Hughes!
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Redcap Goblin📝🎨 13h
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AuthorPoet Aberjhani 17h
“Art-Notes on Harlem Renaissance Deja Vu Number 1” background text with links to by historian Aberjhani
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AuthorPoet Aberjhani 17h
“Art-Notes on Song of and ” background with links to contemporary art by historian Aberjhani
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Carl Van Vechten 21h
On this day in 1925, I see Paul Robeson posing nude (!!!) for Tony Salemme and catch Clara Smith at the Lafayette. I request and she sings, "Nobody Knows the way I feel dis mornin'"
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Leslye Joy Allen_Ayọ Jul 19
I felt today. The is never for you, but for the generations that follow you. Àṣẹ. ✊🏼✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿
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Charles Roberts Jul 19
1875 Born 7/19 poet, journalist, and political activist. Among the first generation born free in the South after the Civil War, she was one of the prominent African Americans involved in the artistic flourishing of the . Died 9/18/1935
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PrNews24.com Jul 19
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AuthorPoet Aberjhani Jul 18
Trying 2catch up on deadlines but 4some reason went in2 overdrive with this month. Latest titled No. 1 & of & . :
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nathaniel Jul 18
Art has always been apart of the movement....
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Exceptional Nigress Jul 17
Replying to @miss_mumbz
I’m disappointedNhow fellow writer, Langston Hughes, ignored her pleas4support. Many artists of the received 💰 from white and Jewish patrons. It allowed them the luxury to travel and research. I ❤️ his work, but now I’m giving it the side-eye.
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Victoria Ramirez Gentry Jul 17
Another thesis meeting down and two chapters drafted. Feeling good about the progress I've made so far this summer, and ready to keep writing/revising.
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Julianna Hagen Jul 17
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Gail Zoppo 💪🏽 Jul 17
"Contemporary artists have the reach & following to make strides toward ending the demagogic influence that has thrived on the power of hate"
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Veteran Doc Corps Jul 16
Noble Lee Sissle: Lyricist, vocalist, bandleader, veteran as part of The and important figure during the . We traveled to Tampa Florida to interview his son and to pick up archival for our documentary
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A.M. Juster Jul 16
on the Catholic conversion of , one of the stars of the :
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Mrs. Caldwell’s Reads Jul 16
These were the campers faves today, so I’ll be reading them as well this week to see what all the fuss is about! 😊
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Edmun Blake Jul 14
Now that we got that out of the way, can we Make Black America Great Again?
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Livnsol Jul 13
Inspired by Claude McKay, "If We Must Die" of the Harlem Renaissance. 36" x 48" Oil On Canvas . ****ORIGINAL Is For Sale**** .
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