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Harlem on My Mind: Our Faces, Our Places

Celebrating The Harlem Renaissance People and Places, 1918 - 1937

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Celebrating The Harlem Renaissance

The “Harlem on my Mind: Our Faces, Our Places” display honors the immense contributions of African American Librarians to the Harlem Renaissance - New Negro Movement.  The New Negro Librarian collaborated with African American bibliophiles and educators to establish school and library facilities, cultural and performance spaces, history and literary collections, and critical text and literature. “Harlem on my Mind: Our Faces, Our Places” celebrates the historical significance The New Negro Librarian.

 

African American and African Studies Librarian, Anthropology Librarian, and Comparative Studies Librarian

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Leta Hendricks
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