Scrapbook of famed Harlem Renaissance diva Josephine Baker. Image from "Schomburg Center celebrates 90th anniversary with special display dedicated to black achievement" story by Ginger Adams Otis NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Saturday, September 26, 2015, 10:10
Schomburg Center celebrates 90th anniversary with special display dedicated to black achievement
The great scholar of the Harlem Renaissance Arturo Schomburg was born in Santurce, P.R., to a black midwife from St. Croix and a German businessman. PHOTO FROM Schomburg Center celebrates 90th anniversary with special display dedicated to black achievement story by Ginger Adams Otis NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Saturday, September 26, 2015, 10:10
Langston Hughes sites don't display legend's Harlem legacy-- story & photo by Tobias Salinger. Lack of upkeep of the site makes it difficult to read the plaque on the house where Hughes lived the last 20 years of his life and wrote classics like "Montage of a Dream Deferred." Black History Month 2015
Eric Walrond: A Life in the Harlem Renaissance and the Transatlantic Caribbean (Hardcover)
Making literary history in Savannah. The late Dr. Ja A. Jahannes (right) & Aberjhani sign copies of Encyclopedia of the Harlem Renaissance at Barnes & Noble, October 2003. (photo from Postered Poetics for Aberjhani)
From Black Bird Press News & Review: "New York poets and artists welcome Marvin X to Harlem, hosted by Rashidah Ismaili, who has just published a novel. She is seeking readings on the West Coast. Rashidah hosted the memorial for poets Jayne Cortez and Amiri Baraka at New York University last year."
"The article 'African Americans in Paris,' published in Encyclopedia of the Harlem Renaissance (Facts On File/Infobase Publishing) begins with several compelling observations..." from For Love of Paris and a More Compassionate World Part 1 essay by Aberjhani.