From Harlem to Hollywood: The Struggle for Racial & Cultural Democracy, 1920-1943

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Views the Harlem Renaissance as part of the larger reaction against Victorian culture and pseudo-scientific racism during the 1920's, which saw the public acceptance of jazz, dancing, smoking, and premarital sex. Also shows how the same movement was happening in the black community and the film ind

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