Black Culture in Bloom: The Harlem Renaissance (Paperback)

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The Harlem Renaissance was like a magnificent fireworks display; it was colorful, brilliant, and in a few moments, it was over. This was the first time African Americans had led a cultural movement and the first time that white Americans had paid attention to their achievements. Through striking images and fascinating details, this book examines the origins of the Harlem Renaissance, especially the key roles played by W.E.B. Du Bois and other prominent figures such as Langston Hughes, Louis Armstrong, and Josephine Baker. Students will gain a deeper understanding of the literature, music, dance, and art that depicted the triumphs and sorrows of black Americans during the age of speakeasies and rent parties.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781725341999
ISBN-10: 1725341999
Publisher: Rosen Young Adult
Publication Date: July 30th, 2020
Pages: 128
Language: English