The Influence Of The Harlem Renaissance

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The height of the Harlem Renaissance occurred between 1924 and 1929, but its ideas lived and extended for a longer period. Where this renaissance was known by different names such as the New Negro movement and the Harlem Renaissance which was named in 1925 by Alan Locke. Harlem 's Renaissance works focused on cultural and political aspects and was rich in various literary and cultural works, including plays, novels, poems, music, dance and other works of art that represent the flourishing of the famous African-American expression. Along with artists and political leaders such as Marcuse Garvey, who founded powerful and influential philosophies such as self-determination, the unity of black societies in the United States and Africa. Harlem 's renaissance is characterized by the adoption of the sophisticated idea of serious black identity and explicit ethnic pride through the prolific production of literature, art, music, and so on, which defied ethnic racism and widespread distinction, as well as the promotion of progressive politics. In particular, Harlem 's work focused on the preservation of black culture and the black identity lost by racial discrimination, in addition to other topics including class distinctions, social effects of race, violence, sex, white standards of beauty, etc.

Moreover, that black art has become relevant to all the details of life, including historical issues, economic, educational as well as development and social growth.
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