This Black History Month, Into America presents “Harlem on My Mind,” a four-part series that follows the interconnected lives of four Black creators in and around the Harlem Renaissance. In the final installment, host Trymaine Lee learns about the legacy of playwright Abram Hill, who unapologetically centered his work around Black characters, Black audiences, and Black communities. He talks to Voza Rivers, executive producer of the New Heritage Theater Group, and actor Anthony Goss, about how Hill’s commitment to the community continues to resonate across generations.
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Harlem on My Mind: Abram Hill | Into America Podcast – Ep. 103 | MSNBC