The Harlem Renaissance was an age of literature, art, music, and new respect for other races and cultures. It lasted from about 1929 to 1933. This time period was different than others because it involved African Americans, primarily in underground jazz concerts. More African Americans were starting to participate in artistic movements. They wrote literature pieces, painted, played music, etc. This gained a common ground among races and prejudice.
The Harlem Renaissance was very impactful to African Americans and the respect people had them.
It was a cultural celebration. African Americans had gone through centuries of slavery and discrimination.
The Harlem Renaissance was a movement that sparked artistic belief.