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The Harlem Renaissance

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Migrating small square Migration from Southern rural states In between 1890 and 1920 about two million African Americans migrated from rural Southern states to Northern cities. They were hoping to find better opportunities and get rid of discrimination.
Naacp small square NAACP is founded National Association of the Advancement of Colored People is founded and W.E.B. Du Bois becomes editor of their monthly magazine.
Autobio of an ex colored small square Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man James Weldon Johnson's very influential novel Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man was published.
369 infantry small square 369th Infantry Regiment returns The 369th Infantry returns home from World War 1, hightly decorated and of all African American soldiers. They returned to a Hero's welcome in Harlem.
Shuffle along small square Shuffle Along is performed The first musicle revue was performed by African American's in New York called, Shuffle Along.
Anti lynching small square Anti-Lynching The new legislation was passed by the House of Representatives.
Palmer haydon small square Harmon Foundation The Harmon Foundation holds its first annual art exhibition for African American artwork. Palmer Hayden and Hale Woodruff won top awards.
Countee cullen small square Countee Cullen and Yolande Du Bois are married! Countee Cullen and Yolande Du Bois married and had an extravagant wedding that is one of the most memorable social events of the Harlem Renaissance.
Wallace thurman small square Harlem by Wallace Thurman opens Harlem by Wallace Thurman opens on Broadway becoming the most successful production of the time by a black author.
Riot small square Riot is sparked in Harlem Harlem is the scene of a major riot sparked by discrimination by white-owned businesses.
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