The Harlem Renaissance: An American Experience
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March 5, 2014
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4). These words of triumph and strife epitomize the state of living during the Harlem Renaissance in the United States. Liberation, cultural pride, and expression in the arts embodied this period in American history. Beginning at the end of World War I and continuing on until the brink of the Great Depression of the 1930's, feelings of both acceptance and segregation contrived discord between blacks and whites living among one another...
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Effecting black Americans as well as America in general, this movement had a profound impact on our country that to this day is apparent in everyday life.
During the time that coined the term, "The Roaring 20's," hot nightclubs were filled with both blacks and whites, dancing and socializing to the latest blues and jazz tunes...
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