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Harlem Renaissance Movement (1920s): A Measure of a People’s Greatness

January 29, 2009

In the 1920s, Harlem Renaissance Movement, expressed in the artistic flowering of artistic creation – literature, music, poetry, painting, and dance –made an indelibly mark on American popular culture. This is the decade in which African Americans came of age. The artists who contributed to this renaissance were informed, instructed and inspired by the...
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The Enduring Value of Kwanzaa

November 29, 2008
The Enduring Value of Kwanzaa

Forty-two years after its creation, Kwanzaa retains its value and importance for African Americans and for America in general as an instructive guide for achieving personal excellence, family development, and community efficacy. Organized around the Seven Principles, listed below, Kwanzaa offers a way to assess and measure progress in achieving goals which are fundamental...
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