This is a main topic in Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters First 100 Years.
The Civil Rights Movement
The Delany family was involved in this cause before the movement even had a name.
This place became home to the majority of the Delany family.
This is the location of the Delany sisters' home from the time they retired until their deaths.
This place was a section of New York City well known for artisans and jazz as well as being the center of New York's black community.
This place was the school attended by Bessie and other Delanys.
This place was the suburb of New York City lived in by some of the Delanys.
This place was home to the Logan family, including Nanny until she moved to Raleigh to attend St. Augustine's School.
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