Social And Racial Issues In The Harlem Renaissance

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Artists of that time were also able to help others in a way, explore themselves. This time period was able to bring out the creative side of people. Our topic relates to encounters because it was a very different and large experience than any other time period. The Harlem Renaissance was one large encounter that hit road bumps along the way due to the racial issues during that time period. It was also an encounter due to how unexpected ways of art were introduced. Our topic relates to exchange because of how people other than African Americans were able to experience the greatness of this era. People were able to exchange ideas and get to know about another person's ideas or art. By this exchanging of ideas, new marvelous ideas were created and shared that contributed to the beauty of the Harlem

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