Ep 2: Harlem Czarina

The Godmother

22-01-2024 • 35 mins

The Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s and 30s established Black Americans as tastemakers. In the vibrancy of her youth, Eunice moved to Harlem and became a fixture of the literary and social scene.

But Eunice hasn’t been remembered as clearly as the artists, communists, preachers, partiers and fur-coat-wearing socialites she brushed shoulders with.

As the 1920s draws to a close, all around Eunice, there are signs that New York’s underworld is rising closer to the surface.

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