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Black urban life in Harlem, New York
Testimony from Frank Byrd about the life of the black urban population during the early 20th century in New York. He describes the increase in population and describes states how many black people migrated to Harlem and the renaissance in black culture. He illustrates how black people began their independence from white people.
Credits: Footage Farm, National Archives, Washington, John E. Allen, MacDonald & Associates
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