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Transcript of Harlem Renaissance
AS A HIGH POINT Struggle for Identity "I am a Negro--and beautiful" The New Negro Africa The South Race Churches OPPOSITE VIEW Elitist Movement The Scene of the Cabaret Barely Any Change "They thought they had solved the problem through Art" DECLINE OF
HARLEM RENAISSANCE The Great Depression The Harlem Flight Harlem Riot of 1935 True Meaning Cultural High Point v. Elitist
Glorification of the Ghetto Harlem Renaissance = Cultural Pinnacle,
but Ends with Disheartenment Duke Elington Langston Hughes Countee Cullen Claude McKay James Weldon Johnson Aaron Douglas FIN CONCLUSION