Harlem, Mecca of the New Negro

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A. Locke
Black Classic Press, 1925 - African Americans - 103 pages
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Contents

SURVEY GRAPHIC
629
THE MAKING OF HARLEM James W Johnson
635
BLACK WORKERS AND THE CITY
641
THE TROPICS IN NEW YORK W A Domingo
648
THE BLACK MAN BRINGS HIS GIFTS
655
JAZZ AT HOME J A Rogers
665
THE ART OF THE ANCESTORS
673
THE RHYTHM OF HARLEM Konrad Bercovici
679
BREAKING THROUGH Eunice Roberta Hunton
685
AMBUSHED IN THE CITY Winthrof D Lame
692
EDITORIALS
698

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About the author (1925)

Locke began his educational experience at Howard University, where he organized the first literary movement and remained the faculty adviser of the university literary journal, the Stylus. He was the first Negro to receive a Rhodes Scholarship.

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