The Harlem Renaissance not only gave black rights, but also a boost to improvement of gender roles for women. Women were extremely discriminated, even worse for black women. Protests over protests, advocates after advocates, but women to gain their equality after many suffrage. Women's traditional role in society was finally ending for the better.
The Harlem Renaissance, or known as New Negro Movements in 1920s, was the time after World War 1 that provokes the issue of black discrimination. Jobs and better living condition were offered to blacks in Harlem, which started from being a white community to a black community. Also, black-owned magazines and newspapers are extremely influential in the white community. Overall, the Harlem Renaissance raise in economic opportunities and creativities for the blacks.
During the time if the Harlem Renaissance, it was well known for also being the "Jazz Age" which, brought people together and helped with discrimination and desegregation. Music influenced people to view differently about blacks, more for the better.
During the era, not only music spoke out to people but also films that demonstrates the struggles of everyday life of black. Most films were shown in theaters and it exposes how cruel blacks were being treated. This made people realize in morals and change their perspective.
Blacks were able to gain so much benefits from their protests and seeking out for their rights. Blacks not only earn rights, but also reached the black power. Overtime, the Harlem Renaissance was the biggest recognition to freedom for blacks.