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Smalls Paradise was a nightclub in Harlem, New York City. Located in the basement of 2294 Seventh Avenue, it opened in 1925 and was owned by Ed Smalls. At the time of the Harlem Renaissance, Smalls Pa

Smalls' Paradise Cabaret, Harlem 1930s

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Harlem Renaissance. I had the pleasure of studying under this great man in college.

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Emily Bernard, author of Carl Van Vechten and the Harlem Renaissance: A Portrait in Black and White, explores the relationships between Van Vechten and the many women who circled through his interracial and inter-artistic world. Counting among his friends Gertrude Stein, Zora Neale, Hurston, Nella Larsen, and Ethel Waters, Van Vechten left no small trace of influence on their lives and contributions. #africanamericanauthors #harlemrenaissance

Carl Van Vechten and the Women of the Harlem Renaissance: Author article by Emily Bernard

"Black American Writers In France, 1840-1980: From Harlem to Paris." 'The list of individuals profiled in this thoughtful, eye-opening study is a veritable who's who of black America literature. By discussing the effects of both world wars and the ideologies of the Harlem Renaissance, the French Negritude movement, and Black Power in Paris, Fabre enriches our understanding of black history, culture, and art on both sides of the Atlantic.

"From Harlem to Paris: Black American Writers in France, by Michel Fabre. Tuesday 23 April the Library will host "When African Americans Come to Paris" documentary series. And check out this and other books in our collection.

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