2 edition of Harlem today found in the catalog.
A. Peter Bailey
|Statement||co-written by Edith J. Slade ; contributing text by Bob Gumbs, Carol M. Hill, Marie Nazon and Doris Koya Prestor..|
|Contributions||Slade, Edith J., Gumbs, Bob., Hill, Carol M., Nazon, Marie., Prestor, Doris Koya.|
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The greater Harlem area encompasses several other neighborhoods and extends west Borough: Manhattan. The birth of the Harlem Renaissance; originally called “The Negro Movement”, started to flourish in the s and s.
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Genre/Form: Guidebooks: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bailey, A. Peter. Harlem today. New York: Gumbs & Thomas, © (OCoLC) Max Brooks, the author of the popular World War Z and The Zombie Survival Guide, collaborated with artist Canaan White to create the graphic novel “The Harlem Hellfighters.” It tells the story.
Walter Dean Myers gives poetry a jazz backbeat to tell Harlem's story. Author Walter Dean Myers is the Children’s Literature Legacy Award winner.←Father and son celebrate a rich and vibrant neighborhood that has been a historic center of African-American culture in New York City. In Our Harlem, Samuelson interviews people from all parts of Harlem, and paints a vivid mosaic picture of this uniquely important town within a town.
In scope are The Great Migration, culture, music and the church, and of course, cooking and cocktails. All in all this. The book's about a guy who discovers his identity as a black man through his relationship with Harlem and the rest of NYC. So, to say the least, the intricacies of Harlem and city life in general play a huge part in the novel, just like they did in the happenings of the Harlem Renaissance.
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Jeffrey S. Gurock on His New Book, The Jews of Harlem It was once home to the third-largest Jewish community in the world, but today, New York City’s Harlem neighborhood is firmly established in the American mind as traditionally African American.
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Myers, Illustrator, Terry Deary, Author Scholastic Press $ (32p) ISBN Getting to Harlem. According to Duke Ellington, just “Take the A-Train.” Seriously, you can take the A C B D Uptown and recommend getting off at any of the stops up until th Street. Additionally, you can take the 1 2 3 to Lennox Avenue which is near the northern part of Central Park and the 4 5 6 will take you to East Harlem.
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