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From Alabama to New York: How the Great Migration Shaped the Harlem Renaissance

An NEH K-12 Summer Institute

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Thank you for sharing this article, Leanne!

 "New York's First Black Librarians Changed the Way We Read: How the women who ran libraries during the Harlem Renaissance built collections and, just as important, communities of writers and readers."  

The New York Times, June 19, 2024. 

Day 4, Resources (Dr. Tracy Gholston)


Day 2, afternoon session selections

Readings for the June 8th afternoon session are located in the folders below labeled Beside the Troubled Waters and "Day 2 afternoon."