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THE HARLEM RENAISSANCE: Transition from Being “Colored” to “Black”

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     THE HARLEM RENAISSANCE: Transition from Being “Colored” to “Black”

When it comes to molding an individual into success it is necessary to encourage them to identify with positive and proactive ideals. As a community we must be mindful of the fact the reason a young person is “At-risk” is because early on in their life they missed out on pro-social instruction that involves building a positive self concept and a sense of purpose, base on historical and present realities. 

Join TALK-STRAIGHT host, Rev., Dr. Rueben Dockery as he discusses the Harlem Renaissance Movement of the early 1900’s, and how this information can redirect illegal street hustles.

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The case study of the Harlem Renaissance:

Transition from Being “Colored” to “Black”  

 

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