Category:Harlem Renaissance

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Harlem Renaissance 
cultural movement amongst African Americans in New York City
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Renacimiento de Harlem (es); harlemi reneszánsz (hu); Harlemgo Pizkundea (eu); Гарлемский ренессанс (ru); Harlem Renaissance (de); رنسانس هارلم (fa); 哈莱姆文艺复兴 (zh); Harlem Renaissance (da); ჰარლემის რენესანსი (ka); ハーレム・ルネサンス (ja); Harlemská renesancia (sk); הארלם רנסאנס (he); Renascentia Harlemensis (la); Эҳёи Ҳарлем (tg); 할렘 르네상스 (ko); Harlema renesanco (eo); Harlemská renesance (cs); Ehjoi Harlem (tg-latn); Rinascimento di Harlem (it); Renaissance de Harlem (fr); Harlem Renaissance (yo); Renascimento do Harlem (pt); Renaisans Harlem (id); Renacemento de Harlem (gl); Harlemrenessansen (nb); Harlem Renaissance (nl); Harlemrenässansen (sv); 哈萊姆文藝復興 (zh-hant); Harlem Renaissance (ca); Харлемска ренесанса (mk); Harlem Renaissance (en); نهضة هارلم (ar); Renesansa iz Harlema (sh); Harlemin renessanssi (fi) cultural movement amongst African Americans in New York City (en); Movimento artistico-culturale afroamericano (it) Harlem Renaissance (it); Harlem Renaissance (fr); Harlemeko Pizkunde (eu); Harlem Renaissance (nb); New Negro Movement, Harlem-renæssancen (da)
English: The Harlem Renaissance was a cultural movement that spanned the 1920s and 1930s. At the time, it was known as the "New Negro Movement", named after the 1925 anthology by Alain Locke. Though it was centered in the Harlem neighborhood of New York City, many French-speaking black writers from African and Caribbean colonies who lived in Paris were also influenced by the Harlem Renaissance.


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