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Unit TitleAuthor


A Celebration of African American Oral Tradition in Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston

Deborah Samuel
Keywords: African American oral traditions, The Harlem Renaissance, Zora Neale Hurston

Poetry and Music of the Harlem Renaissance and Today

Alexandra Volin Avelin
Keywords: African American activists, Alain Locke, poetry, The Harlem Renaissance

The Women of the Harlem Renaissance

Catherine Thornton-Brownlee
Keywords: African American culture, African American literature, The Harlem Renaissance

Women of the Harlem Renaissance

Megan Wapner
Keywords: African American literature, The Harlem Renaissance, women

Hip Hop Renaissance: The Struggle for Self-expression

Russell Kaback
Keywords: African American culture, hip-hop, poetry, The Harlem Renaissance

Philadelphia’s Relationship to the Harlem Renaissance

Keysiah M. Middleton
Keywords: African American History, Harlem Renaissance, New Negro Movement, Philadelphia

Soul to Spirit to Speak to Writers: Poetry and Song

Bonnee L. Breese
Keywords: african american poetry, Black Poets, Harlem Renaissance, poetry, Women poets

The Black Press and the Philadelphia Tribune

Florence B. Oliver
Keywords: advanced placement, African American History, black community, media in our society, Philadelphia Tribune, social science, us history

The Disappearance of Sherwood Forest: The History of Cobbs Creek in Philadelphia

Patricia Blakeney-Whack
Keywords: Cobbs Creek Parkway, Ecology, Environmental Science, pollution, Preserving the Environment, Watershed, West Philadelphia

The Influence of Music Television on Behaviors and Social Identities

Marsha A. Walker

Mobile Africa: African Migration, Immigration and Emigration Across Time

Stephanie R. Wicks

Allegory and America: Analyzing the work of Virginia Lee Burton

Kate Reber