Emergence Of Black Harlem And The Origin Of Its Residents

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This afro-centric atmosphere of Harlem appealed to many southern blacks, and as a result, the Great Migration of southern rural blacks to the north began in 1915. Blacks left segregation-endorsing southern states to find newly opened jobs and opportunities in the north. This migration so greatly affected New York that, according to Negroes in the U...
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This migration so greatly affected New York that, according to Negroes in the U.S., by 1930 over 52% of Manhattan’s black residents had migrated from South Atlantic states. This migration set the stage for a diverse and interesting Harlem flavor, which led to the Renaissance. A second cluster of factors contributing to the Renaissance concerns the development of a sense of empowered community among black culture in the “twenties” and the preceding decade...
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