Charlese Randolph has an M.S. in Dance/Movement Therapy from Hunter College. She is a former Exercise Instructor for the RCC Senior Institute. Classes there also included retrospectives on Broadway and the Harlem Renaissance.
Charlese will lead you through Yoga poses to stretch your muscles while working on improving flexibility and balance. NEW!
Why is she so angry?
Through the eyes of one black woman, we will examine the “angry black female stereotype” and what it has meant throughout history, exploring also the effects this issue has had on the presenter. NEW!
Poets of the Harlem Renaissance: Part II
This is a continuation of Poets of the Harlem Renaissance: Part I. We’ll introduce poets such as Arna Bontemps, Anne Spencer, and Sterling Brown, whose works spoke of the physical, emotional, and intellectual aspects of life for African Americans during the 1920s–1940s.