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.
The case study of the Harlem Renaissance:
Transition from Being “Colored” to “Black”
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