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New Negro Movement

2D Design Oral Presentation - Elena E. Wyatt, ETSU

Elena Wyatt

on 28 November 2012

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The New Negro Movement Harlem Renaissance Elena E. Wyatt 1920's - 1930's The New Negro Movement Harlem Renaissance Elena E. Wyatt 1920's Leading Up to The Movement 1880's "Jim Crow" Laws 1895 "Atlanta Compromise" Speech 1896 Plessy v. Fergurson Case 1909 NAACP is founded 1914 The Great Migration 1917 1919 World War 1 Begins WW1 Ends:
Beginning of Movement Leaders of
The Harlem Renaissance Alain LeRoy Locke "The New Negro: An Interpreation"
1925 The Negro in Art:
A Pictorial Record of the Negro Artist
and of the Negro Theme in Art Opportunity:
Journal of Negro Life
and Survey Graphic Hubert Harrison Europe's Big Role new, independent nations Pablo Picasso "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon" (1907) Cubism 1st Black Newspaper The Liberty League 1st Organization "The Voice" Father of the Harlem Radicalism This Is Harlem, 1942 Self-Portrait, 1977 Jacob Lawrence The Migration Of The Negro: Panel 1:
During the World War,
there was a great migration North
by Southern Negroes. Migration Series (1940-41) Panel 49:
They also found discrimination
in the North although it was
much different from that which
they had known in the South. Panel 50:
Race riots were very numerous
all over the North because of the
antagonism that was caused
between the Negro and
white workers. Panel 38:
They also worked in large numbers
on the railroad. Panel 58:
In the North the Negro had better
educational facilities. Panel 53:
The Negroes who had been North
for quite some time met their fellowmen
with disgust and aloofness. Panel 57:
The female worker was also one
of the last groups to leave the South. Brownstones, 1958 RomAre Bearden The Return of Odysseus, 1967 Baptism, 1964 Prevalence of Ritual: Mysteries, 1964 The Calabash, 1970 Three Folk Musicians, 1967 Augusta Savage Faith Ringgold Mr. Charlie, 1967 The American People Series #10:
The Flag Is Bleeding, 1967 The Sunflower Quilting Bee at Arles, 1991 The American People Series #6: Tar Beach, 1990 Echos of Harlem, 1980 Grooving High, 1988 Garmin, 1929 The Harp, 1939 1892 – 1962 1917 – 2000 1911 – 1988 (1930-)
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