This week on Into America, Trymaine Lee explores the traditions and legacy of Black summer communities. Places like: Oak Bluffs on Martha’s Vineyard, Idlewild in Michigan, Bruce’s Beach in California, and Sag Harbor Hills on Long Island. He looks at how these escapes became a refuge of freedom and joy – and talks to a family, who’s spent more than 100 years in Sag Harbor Hills on Long Island, about where the community stands today.
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Black Joy in the Summertime | Into America Podcast – Ep. 118 | MSNBC