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View Resource The Harlem Renaissance: Encyclopaedia Britannica

The Encyclopaedia Britannica outlines in detail the Harlem Renaissance, a period of burgeoning African American culture, literature, and music in the early to mid 20th cenutry.

https://www.britannica.com/event/Harlem-Renaissance-American...
View Resource African-American Poetry, 1760-1900

Utilizing software developed at the University of Chicago, this online database of African-American poetry is a fine resource for people looking for a compendium of poems by numerous notable 18th and 19th century African-American poets. First-time users will want to read the users manual, which explains the software used to design the database, and how to best utilize the available search engine,...

https://www.lib.uchicago.edu/efts/AAP/
View Resource Harlem History

Beyond a shadow of a doubt, Harlem is perhaps the most famous African-American neighborhood in the United States (though over history it has been host to a number of ethnic groups), and hundreds of its residents have gone on to major positions of prominence in politics, the arts, and a host of other areas. This multimedia website, designed by the Columbia University Digital Knowledge Ventures...

http://c250.columbia.edu/c250_celebrates/harlem_history/
View Resource Harlem Hospital WPA Murals

In 1936 the Works Progress Administration's Federal Art Project joined the Harlem Renaissance, when the WPA commissioned a set of murals designed for the Harlem Hospital Center. In an era where African American visual artists had a particularly difficult time finding work, this project represented a unique opportunity. While the murals fell into disrepair over the decades, they were finally...

http://www.columbia.edu/cu/news/newyorkstories/murals.html