Dignity And Racial Pride During The Harlem Renaissance

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In conclusion, the Harlem Renaissance was the first self-conscious literary and artistic movement in African American history. Claude McKay's "If We Must Die" and Helene Johnson's " Sonnet to a Negro in Harlem" both highlight dignity and racial pride. The literature of the Harlem Renaissance were acclaimed to a fierce racial conscious and racial pride animated by all the literature. Poetry as one of the cultural form and expression to subvert racial

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