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Hoopla In Harlem!: The Renaissance Of African American Art And Culture: A Rhetorical Criticism Of Artists As Social Activists During The 1920s And 1930s: Engaging The Philosophical Discourse Of Kenneth Burke

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Harlem once glittered as one of the world's most vivid entertainment centers during the 1920s and 1930s. Nightlife revolved around The Cotton Club, Smalls Paradise, and the Savoy Ballroom, featuring floor shows headlining glamorous African American women. African American artists during the Harlem Renaissance were social activists, making a significant contribution to ...more
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Published May 16th 2009
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