Any Human to Another

Any Human to Another

Countee Cullen struggled throughout his artistic career to be regarded as a poet, instead of being categorized as a “Negro poet.” Earning fame during the height of the Harlem Renaissance, an artistic movement that originated in a section of New York City that was primarily populated by African Americans, Cullen was at the forefront of artists who gained national prominence during the 1920s and early 1930s. In “Any Human to Another,” Cullen discusses the human condition and the issue of equality.

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