issue of the journal Crisis, W.E.B. Du Bois acknowledged this fact and made a prediction
talented teen named Langston Hughes wrote a poem called "The Negro Speaks of Rivers";
blues singer Bessie Smith began recording for the Black Swan Phonograph Company, and Connie's Inn
the important writers of the Harlem Renaissance met for a literary talk at Alain Locke's home
as jazz became more and more popular among white New Yorkers, innovative jazz trumpeter Louis Armstrong
Langston Hughes published an essay called ''the Nation'' gave voice to the proud spirit of his generation:
Holstein served three years in prison for committing minor crimes linked to his gambling operation.