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Harlem British & World English

A district of New York City, situated to the north of 96th Street in NE Manhattan. It has a large black population and in the 1920s and 1930s was noted for its nightclubs and jazz bands

East Harlem British & World English

A neighborhood of Harlem in northern Manhattan in New York City. Parts of it have been called Italian Harlem and Spanish Harlem, reflecting local ethnic history

Harlem Renaissance British & World English

A movement in US literature in the 1920s which centred on Harlem and was an early manifestation of black consciousness in the US. The movement included writers such as Langston Hughes and Zora Neale Hurston

Brundtland, Gro Harlem British & World English

(B.1939), Norwegian Labour stateswoman, Prime Minister 1981, 1986-9, and 1990-6. She was Norway’s first woman Prime Minister, and was director general of the World Health Organization 1998–2003

Harlem New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

district of New York City;