The Harlem Renaissance: The New Negro Movement
In the early 1920's, African Americans were a great part of a cultural movement known as the Harlem Renaissance. "The New Negro Movement", later known as "The Harlem Renaissance" was an unexpected outburst of creative activity among African-Americans occurred in all fields of art
it caught the country by surprise. The migration of African Americans from the South brought them to Harlem, a New York area. The Harlem Renaissance brought out a lot of musical talent. Singers, musicians, writers, shopkeepers, and painters all played an important role in this cultural inspiration.
Jazz, a type of music that was developed a little bit before this movement, was rooted in the musical tradition of American blacks. Most early jazz was played in small