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New Negro MovementHarlem Renaissance1913-1930sHistory, Aesthetic, and Political explosionWhat is the meaning of renaissance?


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What It Was

  • Harlem Renaissance

    • A flowering of African American art, literature, music and culture in the United States led primarily by the African American community based in Harlem, New York City.


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Between 1910 and 1930, the African American population in the North rose by about 20 percent overall. Cities such as Chicago, Detroit, New York, and Cleveland had some of the biggest increases.


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Factors behind the Great Migration the North rose by about 20 percent overall. Cities such as Chicago, Detroit, New York, and Cleveland had some of the biggest increases.

  • Avoid the racial segregation of Jim Crow laws in the South

  • Boll weevil infestation in Southern cotton in the late 1910s forced people to search for other work

  • Blacks could take the service jobs that new white factory workers had vacated;

  • The Immigration Act of 1924 stopped European immigrants, causing a shortage of factory workers;

  • The Great Mississippi Flood of 1927 displaced thousands of African-American farm workers.


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  • The Culture - music: the North rose by about 20 percent overall. Cities such as Chicago, Detroit, New York, and Cleveland had some of the biggest increases. Ellington

  • The Politics: Black Nationalists: Back to Africa- Marcus Garvey

  • W.E.B.Du Bois: separatists founder of NAACP

  • Booker T. Washington: integrationist integrate into White society

  • The Art William H. Johnson,Aaron Douglas, Jacob Lawrence

  • Paul Lawrence Dunbar poems read aloud

  • Hughes’ The Negro Speaks of Rivers: Backstory


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  • Opportunity the North rose by about 20 percent overall. Cities such as Chicago, Detroit, New York, and Cleveland had some of the biggest increases. magazine that served as a beacon to African American writers to come to New York and publish

  • Fire, Crisis, Messenger also published literature by upcoming Black artists, poets, writers.

  • Comics! Superman, Dick Tracy, Buck Rogers all started in the 1930s


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Portrait Bust of Paul Robeson the North rose by about 20 percent overall. Cities such as Chicago, Detroit, New York, and Cleveland had some of the biggest increases. Sir Jacob Epstein

Midonz, Ronald Moody


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Les Fetiches, Lois Mailou Jones the North rose by about 20 percent overall. Cities such as Chicago, Detroit, New York, and Cleveland had some of the biggest increases.


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Dust to Dust, Jacob Lawrence the North rose by about 20 percent overall. Cities such as Chicago, Detroit, New York, and Cleveland had some of the biggest increases.


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Blues, Archibald Motley, Jr. the North rose by about 20 percent overall. Cities such as Chicago, Detroit, New York, and Cleveland had some of the biggest increases.


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Café, William H. Johnson the North rose by about 20 percent overall. Cities such as Chicago, Detroit, New York, and Cleveland had some of the biggest increases.


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Jim Crow the North rose by about 20 percent overall. Cities such as Chicago, Detroit, New York, and Cleveland had some of the biggest increases.


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