A Ralph Ellison Monument
Wednesday, June 18, 2003
New York, NY —Nine years after author Ralph Ellison died in his Harlem apartment, a monument has been erected in his honor on Riverside Drive. The design is meant to illustrate the basic premise of his novel, Invisible Man, a portrait of the struggles of a Black man in a hostile society. Reporter Allison Keyes visited his neighborhood, and has the story.
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