Harlem Renaissance Intellectuals by Peter Moisan
Alain Locke (Harlem) Alain Locke was a educator that taught all over the place. These are some of the places he taught at: *Harvard University *Fisk University *French Oriental Archaeological Society *and Many more
Montgomery T. Gregory (Harlem)Montgomery Gregory used to workedwith Alain Locke in creating theStyles Liberty club. Montgomeryalso was a:*dramatist*educator*social philosopher and activist*historian*the leading Figure,in the National Negro Theater Movement.
Charles Johnson (Harlem)Charles Johnson was a professorat the University of Washington,also the author of “Middle Passage”.Charles has received the Academyaward in Literature.
Steve Jobs (modern) VsAlain Locke (Harlem) Steve Jobs is the CEO of Apple and the co-founder as well. unlike Alain Locke, he did not go around the world educating people in University’s. Steve Jobs instead made a computer to do it for you.
Bill Gates (modern) Vs Charles Johnson (Harlem) Bill Gates is the Founder of Microsoft, author, and philanthropies. Unlike Charles Johnson, Gates did not teach in any University, Bill Gates was actually kicked out of Harvard. Both Gates and Johnson did write books, but Gates’s books are all about computers (PC’S) and Johnsons were all about African American freedom’s.
Masatoshi Koshiba (modern) VsMontgomery T. Gregory (Harlem) Masatoshi Koshiba is a neutrino astrophysics, he has graduated from University of Tokyo and has a masters in Physics. Much unlike Montgomery Gregory, Masatoshi has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Both do teach but Masatoshi’s class is alot harder than Gregory’s.