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Harlem Renaissance

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Valeria Perojo Frias, born in Pinar del Rio, Cuba on March 23, 1926.

sassy: adjective \ˈsa-sē\ impudent, lively, spirited, vigorous, distinctively smart and stylish, showing no respect for people in authority, saucy, pert, confident, chic. A couple on the street on Michigan Avenue, Chicago photographed by Perry Riddle in July 1975– Found in the National Archives ‘Traffic-Stopper’ Miss Mary Bay likes her car because it is easy to park. Miss Bay…

Debutantes: Being Unveiled to Society or Being Veiled by Society?

Harlem Debutante Ball This picture of a Harlem Debutante Ball portrays the coming out of several African American women into their society. The purpose of a cotillion is to allow a woman to be pre…

#SchomburgCenter: Cover Story: “Schomburg Center, Harlem, New York,” by Kadir Nelson - The New Yorker

Mina Kaneko and Françoise Mouly on Kadir Nelson's painting for the cover of this week's issue, which pays homage to great figures of the Harlem Renaissance.

Zippity do da! I'm afraid he might get chest hair caught up in all those zippers. Ouch!!

Seriously silly pics of (theoretically) sexy seventies studs. Dig the polyester! And the staches! And the pouffy hair! And the sideburns! And the discreetly placed baby lion (!), bubbles, & car door, not to mention the very subtle yacht boom!

Saldana (in a Burberry jacket and top and a Zac Posen skirt) and a stylish entourage take to the streets of Harlem.

*Star Trek’*s Zoë Saldana keeps going where no woman has gone before. Coming down to earth after filming James Cameron’s Avatar, she channels the glamour of the Harlem Renaissance for photographer Michael Roberts.

Martin Pederson interviewed this week Antonis Antoniou and Steven Heller, author of Decoding Manhattan, a new book that compiles over 250 architectural maps, diagrams, and graphics of the island of Manhattan in New York City

Image 2 of 8 from gallery of A Visual History of New York Told Through Its Diagrams, Maps and Graphics. Tony Millionaire, Harlem Renaissance: 100 Years of History, Art and Culture, 2001. Concept by Marc H. Miller and Kevin Hein.. Image Courtesy of Decoding Manhattan

"1920s African American Magazine Cover - Harlem Renaissance" Photographic Print by fineearth | Redbubble

Professional photo paper with your choice of luster or metallic finish. Archival quality Kodak Endura paper. Perfect for self-framing or adding to a portfolio. Additional sizes are available. Opportunity Magazine Cover: A Journal of Negro Life, 1926 "Opportunity was an academic journal published by the National Urban League and was known for fostering the literary culture during the Harlem Renaissance.

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Three ladies hittin' on all the sixes in their streetwear.  The Jazz Age equivalent of Instagram street-style!

Probably one of the most empowering art movements in modern history. The Harlem Renaissance was a gathering of visionaries, painters, writers, musicians, poets, dancers, activists, and intellectual…

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