Melvin Beaunorus Tolson was an American writer, teacher, editorialist, and lawmaker. As a writer, he was affected both by Modernism and the language and encounters of African Americans, and he was profoundly impacted by his investigation of the Harlem Renaissance.In expansion to showing English, Tolson utilized his high energies in a few ways at Wiley. He assembled an honor winning discussion group, the Wiley Forensic Society, which turned into a pioneer in interracial university discusses. Starting in 1930, the group discussed law understudies from the University of Michigan in Chicago; at that point, in 1931, it took an interest in the primary known interracial university banter in the South, against Oklahoma City University. During their visit in 193