Harlem rough Draft

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History

 

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Diane M

 

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August 16, 2015

 

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But no matter how big the Renaissance was African-Americans were still not accepted into mainstream America. During the Harlem Renaissance, African-Americans were still discriminated against, even though they had a major impact on society. Even though African-Americans were performers that took part in music, art, literature and theatre, the clubs that catered to "whites only" still refused to let blacks into the clubs unless they were custodians, waiters or cooks...
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Even though African-Americans were performers that took part in music, art, literature and theatre, the clubs that catered to "whites only" still refused to let blacks into the clubs unless they were custodians, waiters or cooks. (The Harlem Renaissance 27). African-Americans were allowed to make music for the white people to enjoy, but were not allowed to enjoy it with them...
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