Alain LeRoy Locke (1885-1954) was a writer and philosopher who helped champion the Harlem Renaissance and a generation of black writers. Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Locke would go on to study at Harvard University where he earned a doctorate in philosophy. He was the first African American ever to achieve the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship. He taught at Howard where he served as chair of the philosophy department.
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