What the Southern California Quarterly says about the Miller biography

“Situated at the crossroads of those stories of westward black migration, Jim Crow, black and multiethnic civil rights, radicalism, and cultural production is the figure of Loren Miller. . . Hassan describes Miller’s contributions to worlds as seemingly disparate as the Harlem Renaissance and the United States Supreme Court, and insists upon Miller’s importance for scholars of civil rights, black politics and letters, and Los Angeles.” SCQ is the flagship publication of the Historical Society of Southern California.

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