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The Harlem Renaissance13-4 The Harlem Renaissance
African-American Voices in the 1920sWhat factors prompted many African Americans to move to Northern cities? What ways did African-American leaders propose to combat discrimination and violence?
The Harlem Renaissance Flowers in New YorkWhat ideals did the Harlem Renaissance writers promote? How did African-American performers and musicians popularize black culture?
Terms and Names James Weldon Johnson Marcus Garvey Harlem RenaissanceLangston Hughes Louis Armstrong Edward Kennedy “Duke” Ellington
Honors Paragraph Forming Generalizations Pg. 457How did popular culture in America change as a result of the Great Migration?
Chapter 25 Section 1 The Cold War Begins Section 5 The Harlem Renaissance Objectives Analyze the racial and economic philosophies of Marcus Garvey. Trace.
The Harlem Renaissance
Admir Selimovic March 15, st period. African Americans migrating from south to north. During WW1. Into Great Depression.
The Harlem Renaissance was an explosion of African- American creativity in the 1920’s and 30’s. Many black writers published poems, novels, and dramas.
The Roaring 20s: African American Culture
Women and African Americans during the 1920s. Describe the changing roles and perceptions of women in the late 1920s Right to vote (19 th amendment) –
Chapter 13, section 4.
The Harlem Renaissance. What Was the Harlem Renaissance? A literary an artistic movement celebrating African American culture beginning in the 1920s.
Harlem Renaissance The Great Migration, due to WWI, was the movement of blacks from the rural South to industrial North Black populations, looking for.
1918 to mid-1930s After the emancipation of African American slaves, racism and prejudice was still heavily apparent in the South. World War I created.
Warm-up: Describe at least 3 things that helped create a national mass culture during the 1920s and explain how they accomplished this.
The Harlem Renaissance. A movement of African- American culture in literature, dance, music, and art during 1919 – mid- 1930s. Resulted from the Great.
Baltimore Polytechnic Institute February 17, 2011 U.S. History Mr. Green.
Harlem Renaissance. What is it? The Harlem Renaissance was a flowering of African American culture which was expressed through –Paintings –Music –Dance.
1920S – 1940S HARLEM, NEW YORK CITY HARLEM RENAISSANCE.
The Harlem Renaissance Give me some examples of intolerance during the 1920s.
TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. Harlem Renaissance.
Mr. Long Mr. Colvin Mr. Parsons Mr. Sanders Dr. Bailey
The Harlem Renaissance. Warm-Up What was the Great Migration? What is a renaissance?
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