The Harlem Renaissance which lasted from 1925 to 1935 was one the most special moments in Black American and American history.
During this episode, Henri Morris and regular guest Kenya Williams
discuss the Harlem Renaissance.
We start the show with Henri sharing a little about his background and how he started researching about the Harlem Renaissance at a young age. Then Henri goes deeper into the Harlem Renaissance and why he feels that it was a significant and important time for Black Americans. Henri tells us why he feels that Black Americans can learn from the Harlem Renaissance and the importance of Blacks learning, knowing and embracing their history.
This episode also had our first live caller to the show! It was a great and historic moment.
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