Introduces the era of the Harlem Renaissance then proceeds to give examples such as Zora Neal Hurston, Ella Fitzgerald, and Lois Mailou Jones.
The Harlem Renaissance was known for its influential writers, poets, and artists. However, fashion made a huge impact on society and was a way for women to express themselves by going against traditional fashion
Charlotte Osgood Mason dedicated her time and money to the artists of the Harlem Renaissance so that they make have freedom to express themselves.
Zora Neale Hurston was a well know female writer of the Harlem Renaissance and not only that but also a civil rights activist
Billie Holiday was a jazz player during the Harlem Renaissance and broke many barriers as an African American woman.
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