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By: Patricia Serrano Angelica Garcia Alejandra Lugo Omar Vega. Harlem Renaissance. Was originated at Harlem, New Y ork Originally known a s the Negro Movement It lasted from the 1919’s to the mid 1930’s. One of the greatest contributors was James Weldon Johnson.

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by patricia serrano angelica garcia alejandra lugo omar vega
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Patricia Serrano

Angelica Garcia

Alejandra Lugo

Omar Vega

harlem renaissance
Harlem Renaissance
  • Was originated at Harlem, New York
  • Originally known a s the Negro Movement
  • It lasted from the 1919’s to the mid 1930’s.
  • One of the greatest contributors was James Weldon Johnson.
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gozMmVlInb0
novels
Novels
  • Dark Laughter (1925) – Sherwood Anderson
  • There is Confusion (1924) – Jessie RedmonFauset
  • The Walls of Jericho (1928) – Rudolph Fisher
  • Not Without Laughter ( 1930) – Langston Hughes
  • Jonah’s Gourd Vine (1934) – Zora Neale Hurston
  • Passing (1929) – Nella Larsen
  • Banjo (1929) – Claude MacKay
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Novels
  • Black no more (1930) – George Schuyler
  • Interne (1932) – Wallace Thurman
  • Cane (1923) – Jean Toomer
  • Nigger Heaven (1929) – Carl Van Vechten
  • Tropic Death (1926) – Eric Walrond
  • Flight (1926) – Walter White
james weldon johnson
James Weldon Johnson
  • Politician, journalist, poet, anthologist, lawyer, songwriter, early civil rights activist.
  • Best remembered for his writing, which includes novels, poems, and folklore.
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James Weldon Johnson
  • God’s Trombones: Seven Negro Sermons in Verse (1927) in one of the works for which he is best known today.
  • He wrote the Negro National Anthem.
zora neale hurston
Zora Neale Hurston
  • Best known for the novel Their Eyes were watching God ( 1937)
  • One of the literally renaissance Happening in Harlem, producing the magazine Fire!!
langston hughes
Langston Hughes
  • Helped in the creation of the magazine Fire!! Devoted to Younger Negro Artists
  • Stressed the importance of a racial consciousness and cultural nationalism
alain leroy locke
Alain LeRoy Locke
  • “Father of the Harlem Renaissance”
  • His philosophy served as a strong motivating force in keeping the energy and passion of the Movement.
  • His most famous work is The New Negro (1925)
william edward burghardt du bois
William Edward Burghardt Du Bois
  • Published over 4,000 articles, essays and books.