Essay heading: Emergence Of Black Harlem And The Origin Of Its Residents

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In 1916, Marcus Garvey began the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA), which stressed nationalism among blacks and urged blacks to be proud of their color and to build social and economic institutions of their own. Although different in some of their ideals, these organizations led to Black Nationalism and community...
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The prohibition movement also contributed to a broadening awareness of emerging black culture, since prohibition led to illegal sales of alcohol and the flocking of both whites and blacks to the clubs of Harlem. This in turn led to a white interest in black culture, music, and literature. Another community builder for African Americans was the 1917 East St...
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