Sign in or register
for additional privileges

The Walter White Project

Randy Stakeman, Jackson Stakeman, Authors

You appear to be using an older verion of Internet Explorer. For the best experience please upgrade your IE version or switch to a another web browser.

Walter White's Harlem Renaissance

When Walter White arrived in New York at the national office of the NAACP he also became part of the cultural movement later known as the Harlem Renaissance.  NAACP stalwarts W.E.B Du Bois and James Weldon Johnson both were avuncular presences in that movement who both wrote for it and helped younger artists reach national audiences.  White was to do the same.
Comment on this page

Discussion of "Walter White's Harlem Renaissance"

Add your voice to this discussion.

Checking your signed in status ...