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The Harlem Renaissance


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Belton, Val-Jean, African-American Art and the Political Dissent During the Harlem Renaissance www.yale.edu.au/ynhti/curriculum/units/2000/4/00.04.01xhtml 1/9/01

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Stuart, Andrea The Harlem Renaissance in the twenties produced a wealth of black talent. But what was its legacy and who did it really benefit?. New Statesman (1996), June 27, 1997 126:4340: 40-41

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