The Harlem Renaissance: Importance Of Progression

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The Harlem Renaissance: Importance of Progression The Harlem Renaissance was a turning point in the evolution of African American literature. Newspapers such as The Voice provided a political voice for the "New Negro Movement," but also promoted both modern African-American literature as well as often-overlooked literature from the 19th century. The Harlem Renaissance also led to the emergence of a number of influential African-American writers such as Zora Neale Hurston and Langston Hughes who helped bring national attention to African-American writing. The Renaissance was many things to many people, but it is best described as a cultural phenomenon in which the high level of black artistic and cultural production demanded and received mainstream
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