Scholars Nikki Jones, Michael Flamm, and Dominic Capeci describe what exactly unfolded during these riots, what motivated them, and what they represented.
SOURCE: The Gotham Center for New York City History
Erickson is the co-editor of Educating Harlem: A Century of Schooling and Resistance in a Black Community, a new book from the Harlem Education History Project.
by Bruce Chadwick
Fox takes the reader all the way back to 1914 and discusses entertainment in Harlem, and New York City, in that bustling era when vaudeville was sill king to set the stage for the debut of the Apollo in 1934.
by Brian D. Goldstein
It’s more complicated than you think.
SOURCE: The New Republic
by Steven Cohen
The Cuban leader’s last visit to the U.S. before the 1961 diplomatic fallout can tell us a lot about our present historic moment.
by Bruce Chadwick
"After Midnight" is a winner for bringing Harlem’s Depression jubilant night life back to life.
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