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Harlem Culture
An examination of the economic and political views of Harlem.
# 109693 | 9,112 words | 20 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 05, 2008 in African-American Studies (General)


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Description:

This paper looks at whether the city of Harlem in New York should be viewed as a cancer in the heart of the city or a cultural emergence point for different minority groups is hard to give. Specifically, the paper looks at how, the African-American culture, which developed in the poor homes of Harlem, is essential for underlining the diversity of the US cultural environment and, at the same time, stands out as the fruit of the tormented existence of the Black people, in a way, similar to the actual struggling experience of the creation of the United States.

Table of Contents:
Introduction
An Economic View of Harlem
The Politics of Harlem
Conclusion

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Anderson, Karen Tucker. "Last Hired, First Fired: Black Women Workers during World War II" in The Journal of American History, Vol. 69, No. 1. (Jun., 1982), pp. 82-97.
  • Barnes, Albert C. Negro Art and America. (accessed 2 December 2007) http://etext.virginia.edu/harlem/BarNegrF.html
  • Brown, Claude. Manchild in the Promised Land. New York: Touchstone, 1999.
  • Charles S. Johnson. Black Workers and the City. (accessed 2 December 2007) http://etext.virginia.edu/harlem/JohWorkF.html
  • Corbould, Clare. "Streets, sounds and identity in interwar Harlem" in The Journal of Social History. Vol 40, 2007.

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