Black Culture

Harlem Renaissance Speaks: The History

May 12, 2009

Just prior to the he decade of the 1920s, African Americans, fifty years after the official end of African American enslavement, blacks in America began the  to come of age. This coming of age was expressed in the works of the Harlem Renaissance. Black intellectuals and artist came together in the black capital of...
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Black Women in History: Teachers of a Better Tomorrow

March 16, 2009

The history of women in America is the story of the struggle to create a better society and a new woman and man to inhabit that society. The women’s struggle, characterize most definitely by women of color, in particular African American women, provide lessons for the creation of a new woman and man in...
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Women’s History Month Tribute

March 2, 2009

The contribution of women to the forward flow of human civilization is a hidden chapter in the unfolding of world history. Women have achieved in spite of gender, race and class barriers making profound contributions in all areas of life and society. They have refused to let men or limits of society downgrade their...
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