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Jose Flores discusses a research project centered on the influence and importance of Arturo Schomburg – activist, writer, historian, and philanthropist during the Harlem Renaissance – especially for Puerto Ricans in New York. Schomburg viewed Pan Africanism as an avenue to create political expression for Puerto Ricans and African Americans alike.
Puerto Rico, Pan Africanism, Urban Identity, Racial Crisis, Harlem Renaissance, Racial Politics
Arts and Humanities | History
Chambliss, Julian; Cassanello, Robert; and Verma, Nandni, "Every Tongue Got to Confess: Podcast #17" (2017). "Every Tongue Got To Confess": A Podcast Exploring Communities of Color. 17.