In Honor of Black History Month
Harlem Renaissance Poet: James Weldon Johnson
You are young, gifted, and black we must begin to tell our young…
Excerpt from his poem, Art vs. Trade.
…Life as an Octopus with but this creed,
That all the world was made to serve his greed;
Trade has spread out his mighty myriad claw,
And drawn into his foul polluted maw,…
Click here to read the poem in it’s entirety.