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The Harlem Renaissance is a social, cultural, artistic explosion that took place around the 1920's in Harlem, New York.
The Harlem Renaissance
The Harlem Renaissance was full of colored people with artistic talents that influenced other people and other parts of the world such as paris.
Some of the artistic is based on cultural art and music such as poems, art, jazz, street art, and much more.
It started around the 1920's and lasted until about the mid-1930's which at the time was the beginning of the Great Depression.
Many believe that it was the rebirth of African American arts.
One of the most influential Harlem Renaissance writers was Langston Hughes. He got the influences from white writers but mostly from blues or jazz music.
The influences and performances not only from the music, art, and social aspects but from the entire thing brought a big impact to the nation and the world, that is why the Renaissance was important.
No aspect of the Harlem Renaissance helped inspire the world and america like jazz music. jazz and blues were very big in Harlem that there was never two of the same performaces.
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