The Baltimore Afro-American was one of the most widely circulated African American newspapers. The paper's contributors have included writer Langston Hughes, intellectual J. Saunders Redding, artist Romare Bearden, and sports editor Sam Lacy. To see Baltimore history unfold, start here.
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Starting with Victorian plays and working up to the present, Black Drama from Alexander Street Press includes plays and biographies, play bills, images, production notes, performance information and much more.
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