The Remarkable Life of Harlem Renaissance Poet Countee Cullen

Stephen G.Hall
May 30, 2019 - 5:00
The Remarkable Life of Harlem Renaissance Poet Countee Cullen

The first 20 years of the 20th century brought tumultuous changes to the condition and location of African Americans. The triumph and travail of Reconstruction gave way to Jim Crow and the “color line.” The Great Migration witnessed millions of Blacks seeking “the warmth of other suns,” moving away from the rural South to the urban...

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