HarlemRenaissance

Information about HarlemRenaissance

Published on January 11, 2008

Author: Riccard

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Harlem Renaissance:  Harlem Renaissance 1920s – 1940s Harlem, New York City Overview:  Overview ren·ais·sance A rebirth or revival A revival of intellectual or artistic achievement and vigor French, from Old French, from renaistre, to be born again Source: The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2000 by Houghton Mifflin Company. Harlem Renaissance:  Harlem Renaissance originally called the New Negro Movement. fostered a new black cultural identity. 1920s through mid-40s. an outpouring of creative expression that had long been bottled up by the constraints of segregation. Authors and Works:  Authors and Works Creative expression was one of the few avenues available to African Americans Common bond: They dealt with African American life from an African American perspective. African-American-owned magazines and newspapers flourished Countee Cullen (1903-1946) poet, novelist, playwright Edward Kennedy (Duke) Ellington (1899-1974) composer, musician, band leader :  Edward Kennedy (Duke) Ellington (1899-1974) composer, musician, band leader Slide6:  Zora Neale Hurston (1891 - 1960) Writer, Folklorist, Anthropologist photo by Carl Van Vechten James Weldon Johnson (1871-1938) writer, poet, statesman The Great Migration :  The Great Migration At the beginning of the period, particularly in the South, racism was rampant, and economic opportunities were scarce. At this time in the South, African Americans were restricted to "colored" facilities clearly inferior to those reserved for white citizens. Lynching was used to instill fear in entire African American communities in the South. Causes of Migration:  new farm machinery drove thousands of tenant farmers off the land. 1915 - severe boll weevil infestation Southern states had fewer schools and higher rates of illiteracy than Northern states. Northern states also had more cultural attractions and booming industries. Causes of Migration Boom Time?:  Boom Time? The years between World War I and the Great Depression were "boom times" in the United States. A "boom" is a time of rapid, widespread expansion of economic opportunity, during which jobs are plentiful. Jobs were plentiful in cities, especially in the North. Slide10:  Between 1920 and 1930, almost 750,00 African American left the South for political, social, and economic reasons. Why go North? wider opportunities for prosperity more racially tolerant environments a sense of actual (as opposed to theoretical) citizenship Mass exodus from the South called The Great Migration. Why Leave the South? Children in the Silent Protest Parade, 1917 Page from The Brownies Book, published by NAACP :  Children in the Silent Protest Parade, 1917 Page from The Brownies Book, published by NAACP Reaction of White Southerners:  Reaction of White Southerners Promised better pay and improved treatment. Intimidation Some even boarded northbound trains to attack African American men and women in an attempt to return them forcibly to their homes. The New Negro Has no Fear:  The New Negro Has no Fear After centuries of abuse in the South, many African Americans were "voting with their feet" UNIA Parade Organized in Harlem, 1924 The North: Home Sweet Home?:  The North: Home Sweet Home? The North was a step up from the South, but it was no paradise. Segregation in housing and hiring were the norm. Northern racism sometimes took on a brutality that equaled anything in the South. The North: Home Sweet Home?:  The North: Home Sweet Home? New arrivals could land only low-paying jobs as janitors, elevator operators, domestics, and unskilled laborers. Despite the challenges, most of those who went North never returned. Why "Harlem" Renaissance?:  Why "Harlem" Renaissance? Of the almost 750,000 African American who moved North, nearly 175,000 moved to Harlem. Harlem is a section of Manhattan, which covers three square miles; therefore, Harlem became the largest concentration of black people in the world. Triggers of Harlem Renaissance:  Triggers of Harlem Renaissance the end of World War I and the return of black veterans the formation of civil rights organizations (NAACP) and black solidarity movements (UNIA) the ascendance of Harlem as the "Negro capital of the world" a new sense of economic, social, and cultural potential Famous Faces of the Harlem Renaissance:  Famous Faces of the Harlem Renaissance Claude McKay “If We Must Die” “America” photo by James L. Allen Famous Faces of the Harlem Renaissance:  Famous Faces of the Harlem Renaissance Langston Hughes (1902-1967) “Dreams” “Harlem” “The Weary Blues” Lafayette Theatre opening night of Shakespeare's "Macbeth" :  Lafayette Theatre opening night of Shakespeare's "Macbeth" also known as the "House Beautiful“ probably the first New York theater to desegregate as early as 1912, African-American theatergoers were allowed to sit in orchestra seats instead of only the balcony. New York Black Yankees, 1939 Photo credit: Morgan & Marvin Smith :  New York Black Yankees, 1939 Photo credit: Morgan & Marvin Smith

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