The Harlem Renaissance During The 1920's: An Analysis

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During the Roaring Twenties and before The Great Depression, the span between 1918 to 1929 created a new artistic explosion of African-American Arts. This explosion was called The Harlem Renaissance due to the fact that it was took place in Harlem, New York. It can be also known as the New Negro Movement named after an excerpt by Alain Locke. Not only did this movement influence the arts, but also the expression of cultural and social experiences. “In a few short years it created a flowering of black talent that has left an ineradicable cultural legacy.” (Stuart 1) Just like Andrea Stuart states in her magazine article, during this time period it produced a new beginning for African-Americans and changed their way of life. With
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