Harlem Renaissance Storyboard
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the apush FA9 s2 part S, Harlem Renaissance.
The Harlem Renaissance, including:
At the center of the Harlem Renaissance movement were a few prominent African-American people, namely: Jean Toomer, Rudolph Fisher, Wallace Thurman, and Langston Hughes. Initially, it started in the publishing industry. The publishing industry had found that whites everywhere were fascinated by the black community of Harlem, so, the publishing companies sought writers from the area including Langsston Hughes. The height of the Harlem Renaissance was reached 1924-1929 (1929 being the year of the stock market crashed and the great depression started.
The greatest effect of the Harlem Renaissance was actually the international effect. France received a huge upgrade to its culture as books such as the flint in the fire were translated into French. Black intellectuals based in France and inspired by the Harlem Renaissance ultimately lead to the anticlonial and antiassimilationalists leaders such as Aime Cesaire and Leopold Senghor. Ultimately, it established a turning point in Black culture, and also to the authority of black writers and artists over the representation of African-American culture.
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