The Harlem Renaissance brought the first sense of freedom and liberty for blacks as well as increasing the popularity of the African-American culture. Blacks were free to truly express themselves through jazz, art, writing, movies, etc. It brought America together in a mixing of diverse cultures.
The Harlem Renaissance gave African Americans a chance to show their talents. They were able to demonstrate their literature, paintings, poems, and music to be able to reflect on society and their differences. It was a time period that evolved through Harlem and brought happiness to the people of all races.
The Harlem Renaissance provided a safe haven to many African Americans that flooded in to the North from the South. The city of opportunities gave them a chance to embrace their culture and share it with New York. Harlem was an environment of cross-culture as people started accepting their literature, jazz, and drama.
The Harlem Renaissance allowed for African Americans to express themselves in various ways, including through music and writing pieces. They were able to convey their stories and demonstrated their culture, along with influencing other cultures, making them diverse.