The Harlem Renaissance: An Explosion of African-American Culture
"Explores the Harlem Renaissance, a reawakening of African-American culture, including literature, the arts, theater, and music, motivated by a goal to achieve equal rights"--Provided by publisher.
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1 Marching in Harlem
Writing About the Black Experience
4 A Flowering of Culture
5 Theater and Art
End of an Era
7 Legacy of a Movement
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