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    • Paul Robeson

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    • Robeson was an African-American singer and actor. At Rutgers University, he was an outstanding football player, then had an international career in singing, as well as acting in theater and movies. He became politically involved in response to the...
    • Macbeth

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    • Orson Welles's adaptation of Macbeth to a Haitian setting. Produced by the Federal Theatre project ; design by Nat Karson. The Voodoo Macbeth is a common nickname for this production of Macbeth, featuring an all-African American cast directed by...
    • Macbeth

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    • Orson Welles's adaptation of Macbeth to a Haitian setting. Produced by the Federal Theatre project ; design by Nat Karson. The Voodoo Macbeth is a common nickname for this production of Macbeth, featuring an all-African American cast directed by...
    • Macbeth

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    • Orson Welles's adaptation of Macbeth to a Haitian setting. Produced by the Federal Theatre project ; design by Nat Karson. The Voodoo Macbeth is a common nickname for this production of Macbeth, featuring an all-African American cast directed by...
    • Macbeth

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    • Actor in costume. Orson Welles's adaptation of Macbeth to a Haitian setting. Produced by the Federal Theatre project ; design by Nat Karson. The Voodoo Macbeth is a common nickname for this production of Macbeth, featuring an all-African American...
    • Macbeth

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    • Scene from play. Orson Welles's adaptation of Macbeth to a Haitian setting. Produced by the Federal Theatre project ; design by Nat Karson. The Voodoo Macbeth is a common nickname for this production of Macbeth, featuring an all-African American...
    • Macbeth

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    • Cast of play in costume. Orson Welles's adaptation of Macbeth to a Haitian setting. Produced by the Federal Theatre project ; design by Nat Karson. The Voodoo Macbeth is a common nickname for this production of Macbeth, featuring an all-African...
    • Emperor Jones

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    • Paul Robeson as Brutus Jones. The Emperor Jones is a 1920 play by American dramatist Eugene O'Neill which tells the tale of Brutus Jones, an African-American man who kills a man, goes to prison, escapes to a Caribbean island, and sets himself up as...
    • Emperor Jones

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    • Charles S. Gilpin as Emperor Jones in one of the first racially integrated casts in American theater history. The Emperor Jones is a 1920 play by American dramatist Eugene O'Neill which tells the tale of Brutus Jones, an African-American man who...
    • Green Pastures, The

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    • Robert Edmond Jones' set design. Illustration for Part II, Scene IV, The Prayer of Moses. The play was the winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1930. It portrays episodes from the Old Testament as seen through the eyes of a young...
    • Green Pastures, The

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    • Robert Edmond Jones' set design. Illustration for Part II, Scene VII, The Vision of Hezdrel. The play was the winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1930. It portrays episodes from the Old Testament as seen through the eyes of a young...
    • Green Pastures, The

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    • Robert Edmond Jones' set design. Illustration for Part I, Scene VIII, The Lord Shows Noah His Plan for Building the Ark. The play was the winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1930. It portrays episodes from the Old Testament as seen through...
    • Art Treasures of Nebraska: Paper Boats (1949) by Jacob Lawrence

    • Art Treasures of Nebraska Paper Boats 1949 by Jacob Lawrence video television tv segment clip Sheldon Memorial Gallery Lincoln treasure boat New York Harlem American life street poverty black African-American African history paint painting 1900s...
    • In Paper Boats, Lawrence celebrates familiar surroundings and routine activities.
    • Art Treasures of Nebraska: Portrait of a Young Man (1960) by Aaron Douglas

    • Art Treasures of Nebraska Portrait of a Young Man 1960 by Aaron Douglas video television tv segment clip Museum MONA Kearney treasure New York Harlem black African-American African American life history culture renaissance charcoal on paper 1900s...
    • At the Museum of Nebraska Art, Portrait of a Young Man provides a glimpse into the trailblazing art of Aaron Douglas.

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