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THE GREAT MIGRATION & THE HARLEM RENAISSANCE
GREAT MIGRATION A MASS MOVEMENT OF AFRICAN AMERICANS FROM THE SOUTH TO THE NORTHERN CITIES OF AMERICA APROXIMATELY 6 MILLION AA’S MOVED IN HOPES OF A BETTER LIFE.
GREAT MIGRATION THEY WERE LEAVING IN HOPES OF :ESCAPING THE JIM CROW LAWS OF THE SOUTH ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES (JOBS)
GREAT MIGRATION BLACKS FOUND WORK BECAUSE THERE WERE MANY FACTORY JOBS LEFT BEHIND WHEN THE WHITE MEN IN THE NORTH LEFT TO GO FIGHT IN WORLD WAR I.
GREAT MIGRATION NEW YORK CITY CHICAGO DETROIT PHILADELPHIA PITTSBURGHWASHINGTON DC BALTIMORE
GREAT MIGRATION AS A RESULT OF THE HIGH POPULATION OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF BLACKS, A NEW CULTURE WAS DEVELOPED. IN A SENSE, A “NEW NEGRO” CAME ON TO THE SCENE
The Harlem RenaissanceA time period in America (1919 to 1929) when African Americans popularized their culture and uplifted the race.
HARLEM, NEW YORK CITY HARLEM IS A SECTION IN THE BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN IN NEW YORK CITY. SO MANY BLACKS LIVED THERE DURING THE TIME OF THE GREAT MIGRATION THAT IT WAS NICKNAMED THE “THE BLACK MECCA”
BLACK CULTURE was CELEBRATEDMUSIC FASHION DANCE ART LITERATURE
SINGERS FEMALE SINGERS BECAME POPULAR FOR THEIR VOICES AND SEX APPEAL TO THE AUDIENCES.
MUSIC THE POPULAR MUSIC OF THE TIME PERIOD WAS JAZZ.JAZZ IS A STYLE OF MUSIC THAT RELIES HEAVILY UPON IMPROVISATION, CREATIVITY, COLLABORATION.
JAZZ JAZZ MUSICIANS PLAYED IN BARS AND CLUBS TO PACKED AUDIENCES OF BOTH BLACKS AND WHITES.
Duke Ellington Louis Armstrong
FASHION MEN WORE SUITS WITH LONG SUIT JACKETS, BAGGY PANTS, WITH MATCHING HATS WITH A FEATHER. THEY ALSO WORE POCKET WATCHES WITH A LONG CHAIN,
FASHION WOMEN WORE BALL GOWNS WITH SPARKLING RHINESTONES, LONG SILK GLOVES, HIGH HEELS, FURS, MATCHING HATS, AND PEARLS.
DANCE THE POPULAR DANCES OF THE TIME WERE THE CHARLESTON (NAMED AFTER THE CITY IN S.C) AND TAP DANCING.
BILL “BOJANGLES” ROBINSONPOPULARIZED TAP DANCING, ESPECIALLY WHEN HE PERFORMED ON TV WITH SHIRLEY TEMPLE.
ART POPULAR ARTISTS OF THE TIME MADE PAINTINGS THAT REFLECTED THE CULTURE IN WHICH THEY LIVED.
LITERATURE MANY BLACK WRITERS EMERGED FROM THE TIME PERIOD.THEY MAINLY WROTE ABOUT WHAT IT IS LIKE TO LIVE AS A BLACK AMERICAN.
ZORA NEAL HURSTON
THE GREAT DEPRESSION WHEN THE GREAT DEPRESSION HIT AMERICA, THE END OF THE HARLEM RENNAISANCE ERA CAME TO A CLOSE.
HARLEM HARLEM BECAME A LARGE AREA OF UNEMPLOYED BLACKS STRUGGLING TO SURVIVE THROUGH DRUGS, CRIME, PROSTITUTION, AND GANG VIOLENCE
UNTIL…….. BLACKS WERE FORCED OUT BECAUSE THEY COULD NO LONGER AFFORD TO LIVE THERE.
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