Daily Lessons for Teaching Voices from the Harlem Renaissance

Nathan Huggins
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Objective: New Negro Radicalism The first section's essays have a common theme and idea of ending racial inequality through the elimination of its current leaders. This lesson will discuss the ideas of the author of "From the Messenger - Menace to Radicalism" and A. Philip Randolph's essay "A New Crowd - A New Negro" and how they feel progression to equal rights is through elimination of current leaders.

1) 1. Group Discussion:
Divide the class into groups and discuss the two ideas proposed by the author of "From the Messenger - Menace to Radicalism" and A. Philip Randolph's essay "A New Crowd - A New Negro". What does each author address and how do their opinions compare to the other authors? What common goal do these two authors seem to desire for the Negro race as a whole? How do these two authors support or refute the idea to...

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