A trip to Harlem on Sunday visits New York's center of Afro-American history rich in cultural and political tradition. A highlight of the tour includes a local church service to hear the inspirational sounds of Gospel music known throughout the world. Learn about the Harlem Renaissance in the early 20th century, when black writers, intellectuals and musicians flourished and political movements were born. See the landmarks of Harlem including Sugar Hill, the townhouses of Striver's Row, and Sylvan Terrace, the Abyssinian Baptist Church and 125th Street, Harlem’s commercial center.
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