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“What Bearden wanted to do is show the beauty of the city. People looking out the window. The bustle of the streets. It’s a reflection of urban life."


“It’s almost a documentary—you get a sense of just her voice as a radical storyteller."


This speech is likely from 1960, and it's suggested he is talking to younger people as he says he “expects a great deal from this generation.”


Started by a Harlem couple Victor H. Green and Alma Duke Green, this 1930s edition focused on the New York metro area.


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