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In search of the Harlem Renaissance: A 40-year journey Updated

🕔18:19, 2.Dec 2010

The African Diaspora  International Film Festival is Hosting   a fund-raiser for filmmaker William Greaves, Thursday, Dec 9 @8:30PM – The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture For Ticket Information Call the Schomburg Bookstore 212-491-2206 ADIFF is proud to serve

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TWO FRIENDS, TWO JOURNEYS, ONE BIRTHDATE

TWO FRIENDS, TWO JOURNEYS, ONE BIRTHDATE Updated

🕔14:17, 2.Jan 2010

1925 was a very good year for milestones: The Harlem Renaissance was in swing; Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington produced their first recordings; the first working television was invented;  Civil Rights icons Malcolm X and Medgar Evers were born; the

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Comments on Passing of Percy Sutton (In Formation)

Comments on Passing of Percy Sutton (In Formation) Updated

🕔14:38, 27.Dec 2009

Barack Obama on the Passing of Percy Sutton: Percy Sutton was a true hero to African Americans in New York City and around the country. We will remember him for his service to the country as a Tuskegee Airman, to

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THE BEST MAN

THE BEST MAN Updated

🕔14:12, 30.Oct 2009

Bill Thompson was born in Brooklyn, New York, the son of hard-working parents, an educator and a judge.   He’s lived almost all of his life in Central Brooklyn. He grew up in Bedford Stuyvesant on Putnam Avenue between Stuyvesant

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