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Chapter 6 Section 3. The Harlem Renaissance. Ku Klux Klan. Racist political group 5 Million Members in 1924 Used violence against African Americans to influence politics. Marcus Garvey. - Jamaican American

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chapter 6 section 3

Chapter 6 Section 3

The Harlem Renaissance

ku klux klan
Ku Klux Klan

Racist political group

5 Million Members in 1924

Used violence against African Americans to influence politics.

marcus garvey
Marcus Garvey

- Jamaican American

- Founded UNIA United Negro Improvement Association

- Believed that only solution for African Americans was a return to Africa

- Started Nation of Liberia in Africa

- Few Africans left the US


National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

Organization that fought for rights of African Americans

Voting Rights

Anti Segregation

Published Crisis magazine

Still around today

harlem renaissance
Harlem Renaissance

Cultural Movement in the 1910s-1920s

Great Migration brought many African Americans to Northern Cities, including NYC

By the 1920s most of Harlem’s residence were African American

Music, Magazines, Artwork, Books

langston hughes
Langston Hughes

African American Poet

Wrote about the concerns of Black citizens

zora neale hurston
Zora Neale Hurston

African American writer and film maker

Gave world a view of African American life.

the lost generation
The Lost Generation

Title given to Americans who lost belief in American Dream

Many saw great promise in ideas destroyed by WWII


Individuals who choose to live in a country other than their own.

Many Americans found Paris following the fighting of WWI

This is Le Dome, a popular hangout for Americans in Paris, France.


To be concerned with material goods


Cars, homes, clothes, jewelry


Pg 224 – Problems and Solutions

Pg 225 – Summarize

Pg 229 – Key Question

Pg 231 – Section assessment #5 Summarize

Pg 234 – Compare and Contrast

Pg 235 – Critical Thinking

Pg 237 - Summarize

test monday
Test Monday

- Review Sheets to be posted