Harlem is a place on the map. But to many black Americans it's also a state of mind. Tune in to the next Talk of the Nation for a look at Harlem, NY. How did it become the cultural capital of Black America? Why is it so important to so many people? Does it still play a major role defining African-American culture? Guests: Eddy L. Harris Author Still Life in Harlem (Henry Holt:1996) Other guest Listeners call in



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