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Shimmy Shimmy Shimmy Like My Sister Kate by Nikki Giovanni:  A remarkable collection of poetry from the Harlem Renaissance and beyond, stitched together with commentary from Giovanni... An important resource for those interested in poetry and in understanding the African American experience...

Shimmy Shimmy Shimmy Like My Sister Kate Looking at the Harlem Renaissance Through Poems by Nikki Giovanni

Cover of the October 1928 issue of The Negro American with photograph of Miss Erma Sweatt, sister of civil-rights activist Heman Sweatt. The Negro American was a Harlem Renaissance era magazine published in San Antonio, Texas, that declared itself to be "the only magazine in the South devoted to Negro life and culture."

A 1928 copy of Negro American Magazine, fearing civil rights campaigner, Erma Seweatt

W.E.B. Du Bois 1946. by Carl Van Vechten Harlem in Color | The New Yorker

Harlem in Color

W.E.B. Du Bois 1946. by Carl Van Vechten Harlem in Color | The New Yorker

Dancers outside the Savoy Ballroom

History of the Savoy Ballroom. Things Every Lindy Hopper Should Know.

Harlem Renaissance ART GALLERY WALK Activity (U.S. History)Your students will feel as if they stepped back in time to the Harlem Renaissance with this engaging activity. To begin, students will be introduced to the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s with a short film clip and lecture.

Harlem Renaissance ART GALLERY WALK Activity (U.S. History)

Your students will feel as if they stepped back in time to the Harlem Renaissance with this engaging activity. To begin, students will be introduced to the

Welp, there goes my dissertation. Guess I have to find a new topic.

Hitler's Black Victims: The Historical Experiences of European Blacks, Africans and African Americans During the Nazi Era (Crosscurrents in . more to read

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Check out today's Harlem Renaissance inspired styled shoot, captured by Cyriene Photography at 67 Orange Street, a modern speakeasy in Harlem, NY.

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