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Today, the Apollo is a respected not-for-profit, which presents concerts, performing arts, education and community outreach programs. The neo-classical theater known today as the Apollo Theater was designed by George Keister and first owned by Sidney Cohen. Like many American theaters during this time, African-Americans were not allowed to attend as patrons or to perform. Cohen reopened the building as the th Street Apollo Theatre in with his partner, Morris Sussman serving as manager.
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The memoir of Elizabeth Keckly, a formerly enslaved woman who became a dressmaker to First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln, struck a nerve when it was published in For decades after its publication, the book was difficult to find, and Keckly lived in relative obscurity. In black Washington, however, many African-Americans personally knew and admired her, and she remained a beloved figure. When journalist and Democratic political operative David Rankin Barbee claimed in that Keckly had not written the book and, remarkably, had never existed, one determined Washingtonian, an African-American high school teacher named John E.
He also captured the thriving celebrity, arts, and music culture of the time. Through the use of ghostly double exposures, the artist portrayed deceased family members or imaginary figures suggesting the future children of a happily married couple, for example in his photos. The influence of his unique retouching techniques and sensitive, poetic approach has been frequently understated. Cinema fans recognize Gordon Parks as a filmmaker the first African-American to write, produce, direct, and score a film , but he was a photography legend. Parks was the first African-American hired at Life magazine where his photographic essays won him international attention.
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