The African-Americans During The Harlem Renaissance

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The Harlem Renaissance took place in the 1920s , the African-Americans developed a new culture and they could freely express themselves / ideas . Before this , they experienced the Jim Crow laws from the south . The African-Americans escaped it by moving to harlem . The Harlem Renaissance helped the Africans shine with their culture and arts . The whites came to harlem to enjoy the blacks music and shows . 6,000 black migrated from the south of the united states to the North to have more freedom of their individuality . After the civil war , that’s when the black left to get away from being mistreated by the whites . In the south the blacks were treated very poorly and that is where the Jim Crow laws were forced upon them . The blacks were
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