1900s Black culture 

Harlem was the largest black city in the world, located in the northern section of Manhattan. This neighbourhood was full of diversity in class, careers, etc. This painting displays a night in Harlem, when the community would come together.
This medal honors The Tuskegee Airmen, a group of African American pilots who flew for the US during World War 1. They were applauded for their bravery and their outstanding military record.
This is a photograph of Martin Luther King Jr. He was arrested in 1964 for leading a civil disobedience actions against a towns business. "Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice anywhere."
A painting by Joseph Hirsch displays the raw and sufferable emotion of those effected by lynchings. It is a response to the many racial disturbances in the South. This is assumingly survivors of a lynching, now coping with the loss.
A photograph taken in 1956, exposing the effects of racial segregation with a group of African American girls, looking in through a fence to a 'whites only' playground.
This oil painting was made in 1943. It depicts a group of African Americans dancing, playing instruments, and socializing. It is a great representation of how the blacks of Harlem, depsite facing segregation, could still have fun with each other in their neighbourhood.
A picture taken in 1964 displays protesters standing beside Ku Klux Klan members, holding signs reading 'Atlanta's Image is a Fraud.'
This is a painting, displaying a visual interpretation of how music, especially jazz, effected the black community and helped them grow culturally and how they impacted the white community.
This is a painting, inspired by the real danger many African Americans lived with when living along side the white community. It is a young girl being walked to school by several U.S. marshals. Behind them are thrown tomatoes and the word 'nigger.' Unfortuneatley is is an accurate representation of 'The Problem We All Live WIth.'
Another piece of art, capturing the beautiful and inspiring night life of Harlem. The artist uses dark shades of colors, including purple, green, and yellow.
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