Harlem Past and Present

In the 1920s and 30s, the Harlem Renaissance sparked a stream of cultural developments in areas of literature, music, visual art, and social movements unparalleled among the African American community. In the decades since, this history has shaped Harlem’s continuous evolution as one of the most culturally significant neighborhoods in American history. Journey through enduring landmarks, touchstone local venues, and cutting-edge arts communities to examine the area’s continued transformations.


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