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The Harlem Renaissance: Primary Source Set for Educators

Photographs, authors' drafts, sheet music, audio, and newspaper articles let students explore the artistic and literary legacy of the Harlem Renaissance.


Image credit: Portrait of Langston Hughes (Library of Congress)

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