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Harlem Renaissance Museum Project

The Harlem Renaissance was an African American cultural movement of the 1920s and the early 1930s centered around the Harlem neighborhood of New York City. The Harlem Renaissance marked the first time that critics took African American literature seriously, and African American artists in general – writers, musicians, painters, and sculptors – attracted significant attention from the entire nation, as well.

Objectives: To research, understand, and present artists, writers, and musicians from the Harlem Reniassance  
                    To gain an understanding of the importance of the Harlem Renaissance and its participants


  • Work on projects in class: April 7-14
  • Present projects in the library: Thursday, April 16, and Friday, April 17, and Monday, April 20 (if needed)

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Canton, GA 30115
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