We hunger for the same aliveness and progressive creativity evident in the Jazz …


We hunger for the same aliveness and progressive creativity evident in the Jazz Age and the Harlem Renaissance, said historian Nicole Hemmer, but we must guard against the reactionary surges of xenophobia during that time. “To combat both a politics of exclusion and an economics of inequality, we will have to find ways to fold those into the cultural vibrancy of the coming decade,” said Hemmer. ⁠

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  1. Let’s not make the same mistakes in the last Roaring 20’s like prohibition. Today we have a costly, unconstitutional, and racist war on drugs that is holding us back. We need to be better for this period

  2. Unfortunately not all Americans hunger for progress 🤦🏻‍♀️ But here’s to hoping 🙌🏼

  3. CNN is a propaganda news network . They said so themselves on leaked video. CNN should earn no respect from the people .

  4. Y’all literally are having to scrape the bottom of the barrel since you can’t talk about trump huh.

  5. Are you guys going to report/comment on the leaked Charlie Chester audio admitting that you lie to push narratives…

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