Jamaican-American poet and author from the Harlem Renaissance and known for such books as House to Harlem, Banana Bottom level, and Banjo. His poetry choices include Tracks of Jamaica and Constab Ballads. He remaining his indigenous Jamaica in 1912 to wait the Tuskegee Institute. He later on used in Kansas State College or university. He was energetic in communist circles through the first 2 decades from the twentieth hundred years. He was created in Clarendon, Jamaica. He wedded his longtime like, Eulalie Lewars, in 1914. He was affected by the task of W.E.B Dubois.