While the height of the Harlem Renaissance occurred more than seventy years ago, in many ways it still has an effect on our culture. "The Harlem Renaissance Re-examined" brings to light long-neglected writers and artists from that era for a second look at the roles that they played in developing the arts in America, and for a re-evaluation of thier talents.
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