Aimé Césaire: A Voice for History
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Aimé Césaire: A Voice for History
In the Paris of 1930, Cesaire, Senghor, and Damas developed the concept of negritude, a worldwide vindication of African values. Clark and Dodson of the Schomburg Center discuss the profound impact of black American authors of the Harlem Renaissance as well as jazz on this primarily French movement.