Like the Afro-American
, the Chicago Defender had an impressive record of newsgathering from abroad before World War II.
26, hours for the National Afro-American
Museum will be Wednesday through Saturday, 9 a.
In a Minor Chord: Three Afro-American
Writers and Their Search for Identity.
This is best illustrated by his active involvement in the development of an Afro-American
Program, housed in the then department of African and Afro-American
Unlike some of the earlier Afro-American
poets such as Phyllis Wheatley and Jupiter Hammon who romanticized Africa in their poems, in "African Images, Glimpses from a tiger's Back," and "karamujans," Alice Walker vividly recaptures the mystique and picturesque scenes of African villages and cities.
When have Afro-Americans
truly had the means of production and distribution over this music-the record companies and distributors?
Moreover, many Afro-American
veterans felt more confident and were more willing to join the civil rights fight.
Poetry, novels and other writings of Afro-Americans
will be explored as part of ``Afro-American
Literature, 1746-1930,'' English 252, offered at 9:30 a.
Susan Novotny of the Book House of Stuyvesant Plaza, in Albany, New York, donated 20 percent of her sales over two weeks to Afro-American
Blake, making excellent use of both printed and archival sources, illustrates for us the introduction of Afro-American
music and dance in the closing decades of the nineteenth century through its Jazz Age pre-eminence in the 1920s to its decline in the 1930s.
Although at-risk factors affect youth of diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds, we chose to focus this review of counseling issues and strategies on at-risk Afro-American
(1) youth for several reasons.
Despite the problems of finding work, Rogers noticed that the one exception to the rule was Afro-American
jazz musicians in Montmartre.