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The Harlem Renaissance. By Robert Kraft & Horhae Ibarra. Quote: "The Younger Generation comes, bringing its gifts. They are the first fruits of the Negro Renaissance. Youth speaks, and the voice of the New Negro is heard .“ Alain Locke. Overview.

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The harlem renaissance

The Harlem Renaissance

By Robert Kraft

&

Horhae Ibarra


Overview

Quote: "The Younger Generation comes, bringing its gifts. They are the first fruits of the Negro Renaissance. Youth speaks, and the voice of the New Negro is heard.“ Alain Locke

Overview

The Harlem Renaissance was also known as the New Negro Movement.

The Harlem Renaissance started around the year 1919 and lasted until the early 1940’s and originated from New York also known as “The Negro Capital of the World” According to James W. Johnson.

The Harlem Renaissance was a focus’ on the poets, Arthur's, and essayist of the black community.

Fun Fact: the father of the Harlem Renaissance was

Alain Locke.


The harlem renaissance

FUN FACT

The Harlem Renaissance is also known as the New Negro Movement

"Freedom is never given; it is won."

- AsaPhilip Randolph

Cane (1923) written by Jean Toomer

The structure of Cane is designed to be a circle

Nigger Heaven (1926) written by Carl Van Vechten

The book is about a librarian and a writer who love each other but racism denies them opportunity

The New Negro (1925) written by Alain Locke

The book is considered to be the text of the movement.


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