Celebrate Black History: The Harlem Renaissance

Subjects: Arts, Civics, Social Studies
Grade Levels: 6-8, 9-12
Source: Biography

Harlem Renaissance

This Biography.com web feature highlights the key events and players of the Harlem Renaissance and how the movement was an indirect means to achieve equaility for black Americans. As jazz music and black literature were absorbed into the mainstream culture, the disenfranchised black American population become more visible.

Celebrate Black History: The Harlem Renaissance

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