Black History Month #tbt: Austin Clarke Interviews Malcom X
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It’s always Black history Month here at Sugarcane Magazine. Today, we wanted to revisit a Canadian Broadcasting Company documentary Revolt in Harlem by famed novelist Austin Clarke. Clarke was commissioned to document the lives of African Americans in New York City and answer the question if life was better in the integrated city’s such as Harlem. This documentary is a fascinating look at life in 1963 Harlem and an introduction to the work of Austin Clarke. **** Please note that the sound players begin when you open this page****
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