History Making 'Shuffle Along' Returns to Center Stage

Entertainment & Culture / by William Bryant Miles

History Making 'Shuffle Along' Returns to Center Stage

Almost 100 years ago, this play set the stage for Blacks in theater, but somehow the show and its creators have been lost in the history books. In this EBONY print exclusive, we dig into the past

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History Making 'Shuffle Along' Returns to Center Stage

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...1920

On this day in 1920, the first game of the National Negro Baseball League was played in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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