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from brooklyn to harlem

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  • take the A train to harlem, by duke ellington & billy strayhorn

    you must take the A train
    to go to sugar hill way up in harlem

    if you miss the A train
    you'll find you missed the quickest way to harlem

    hurry, get on, now it's coming
    listen to those rails a-humming

    all aboard, get on the A train
    soon you will be on sugar hill in harlem
  • the kids in cliff bowen's 1st grade class study langston hughes, duke ellington and other greats from the harlem renaissance.   the curriculum finishes with a tour of the apollo theater by mr. apollo himself and a chance to perform for their very ownamateur night at the apollo.
  • by noah galkin, age 6
  • by sara (me) & noah galkin, age 6
  • this is my son's illustration based on his interpretation of my people by langston hughes

    the night is beautiful,
    so the faces of my people.
    the stars are beautiful,
    so the eyes of my people.
    beautiful, also, is the sun.
    beautiful, also, are the souls of my people