2 edition of A guide to facts about the Negro. found in the catalog.
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It also sought to speak to white Americans to demonstrate that the black community was shedding old stereotypes. Through formulating a fictional world in cohesion with a satirical, Schuyler attempts to make comparisons to the real world politics of social and racial structure in the country.
This became a catalyst for a national social movement, and a re-conceptualization about how many blacks saw themselves.
Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1997.
Its main purpose is to demonstrate the issues that resided in the country pre and post-World War I both racially and socially. However, when they began to make their way into these Northern cities, they discovered that prejudice still resided in the greater populace.
Cambridge: The Belknap Press of Harvard University, 1995. This source allows discourse amongst various people and groups about the topic at hand. It sought to call upon the black community to take part in the New Negro Movement.
Michigan: University of Michigan Press, 2010• Selected Poems, provides a compilation of various works by the late Langston Hughes. Below are various videos of from the Harlem Renaissance: Working Bibliography:• The Harlem Renaissance in Black and White.
The New Negro: An Interpretation.
Spencer argues that it was music during the Renaissance that created the ambiance and disposition for it.
It presents collage of various photographs of intellectuals, musicians, pieces of art, etc.
Michigan: University of Michigan Press, 2010• Bulldaggers, Pansies, and Chocolate Babies: Performance, Race, and Sexuality in the Harlem Renaissance.