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Social Movement: Harlem Renaissance

This Prezi Presentation is mostly about the background of the Harlem Renaissance.
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Godha Varshika Akkiraju

on 3 June 2014

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Transcript of Social Movement: Harlem Renaissance

The Harlem Renaissance is mainly about a group of writers and scholars who were connected with Harlem.
What is the Harlem Renaissance?
Social Movement: Harlem Renaissance
The Harlem Renaissance is a movement in Harlem based on an African American culture. It was around the 1920s to the mid 1930s. It is also known as "The Negro Movement." Harlem is located on the Island of Manhatten.
Music during the Harlem Renaissance.
Who was Marcus Garvey and why was he important?
Marcus Garvey was born in St. Ann's Bay, Jamaica.
He started working as a printer at the age of 14.
Marcus Garvey founded the Universal Afro-American Improvement Association.
He was also Elected for president of the foundation.
Marcus Garvey inspired the Harlem Renaissance.
Theater during The Harlem Renaissance.
The Harlem Renaissance's first play started in the late 1910s.

In 1917 Ridgely Torrence wrote 3 plays for an African-American Theater.
"The most important single event in the entire history of the Afro-American in the American Theater."
~ James Weldon Johnson
During the Harlem Renaissance, a new way of playing the piano called the Harlem Stride Style was created. The jazz band was poised by a large group of brass instruments and it was considered a symbol of the south. During that time, the piano was considered an instrument of the wealthy.
Who was involved in the Harlem Renaissance?
Is the Harlem Renaissance still present in today's society?
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How does the Harlem Renaissance impact you?
Since the Harlem Renaissance was an African-American cultural program, the people that were involved in it were mostly African-Americans.
How did the Harlem Renaissance impact the people of the 1920s?
The Harlem Renaissance was vibrant during the 1940s, 50s and early 60s. However, during the late 1960s, things started changing drastically. There was a high crime rate and people got into things like drugs. Lots of people that had lived in NewYork, were either dead or had to move because of the crime. That's why the Harlem Renaissance got torn apart after the late 1960s.
If we didn't have the Harlem Renaissance, people would not be able to come to America safely.
People can get a job for a living without being criticized for their culture.
What is the Harlem Renaissance about?
The Harlem Renaissance impacted the people by spreading the word about how important their culture really is. It impacted them by trying to change the view point of Americans on how they treat other people that are not 100% American.
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