Episode 16

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3rd Oct 2020

Through Her Eyes

This week we continue our series on the Harlem Renaissance with a look at Zora Neale Hurston. She was a prominent figure of the renaissance who's field work focused on rural southern communities and the vibrancy of unfiltered, and unrefined black culture.

Sources for this week's lecture:

Cheryl Wall “Her Eyes Were Watching God”

https://www.chicagohumanities.org/media/zora-neale-hurston-her-eyes-were-watching-god/

Electronic Version of Fire!!

https://issuu.com/poczineproject/docs/poczp_fire_1926_readview

“From Fiction to Fact: Zora Neale Hurston and the Ruby McCollum Trial” Roberta S. Maguire

https://ialjs.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/018-036-LJS_v7n1.pdf

NAACP History on Zora Neale Hurston

https://www.naacp.org/naacp-history-w-e-b-dubois/

Deria M.'s review of Hull: https://www.thebind.net/blog/xandriaphillips-hull

Xandria Phillips: https://www.xandriaphillips.com/


Tea Time----------

Artists:

Halle Mone'- https://linktr.ee/hallemone

Emily King- https://www.emilykingmusic.com/

Activist:

Charlene Carruthers- https://www.charlenecarruthers.com/

News:

The presidential debate was chaotic, and even though Trump performed so poorly and was so problematic, people are still gonna support him and that doesn't mean Biden did well. Use this to remind yourself why voting matters.


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