The Harlem Renaissance.
Between 1919 and 1926, large numbers of black Americans left their rural southern states homes to move to urban centers. This black urban migration combined with experimental trends and rise of a group of radical black intellectuals all contributed to the particular styles and unexpected success of black artists. What began as a series of literary discussions in Manhattan was first known as the "New Negro Movement," but was then called the Harlem Renaissance. This movement brought new creative activity and gave the African-Americans a chance of recognition from whites…
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