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Harlem Renaissance Music
Shuffle Along was an innovative musical production for African-Americans.
January 1, 1921
Race records, sound recordings of the early 20th century that were made exclusively by and for African Americans.
The Negro Experimental Theatre was founded the theatre was an inspiration to other groups in the country It encouraged serious Black theatre and playwrights,
Countee Cullen and Yolande Du Bois were mar
The Negro Experimental Theatre was founded
Harlem opened on Broadway The single most successful production of the time by a black author opened on Broadway in 1929.
“Crazy Blues was so successful that the General Phonograph Company’s OKeh label launched a series called “Original Race Records.”
march 15, 1932
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