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1918 – 2018: The Harlem Renaissance

Join narrative non-fiction author Kevin Brown for an intimate discussion of one of the most influential creative arts movements in 20th century U.S. history.

Beginning during America’s entry into World War I and ending during the Great Depression, the Harlem Renaissance embraced literary, musical, performing, and visual arts.

The insurgent tip of a cultural and political spear, Harlem’s renaissance sought nothing less than to redefine African-Americans’ image, to themselves and others, by a clear demonstration of intellectual parity with the best and brightest the white world had to offer.

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