Harlem Stomp!: A Cultural History Of The Harlem Renaissance

harlem stomp carrick hill

A lively celebration of one of the most important periods of American cultural history: the Harlem Renaissance.

Determined to make a new start for themselves at the dawn of the twentieth century, many African Americans joined the Great Migration and headed North. For those who landed in Harlem, New York, it was a time of intellectual, artistic, literary, and political blossoming. Influential African American artists and activists took center stage as they captured the attention of the world.

Harlem Stomp! is a breathtaking, in-depth exploration of this fascinating era. Lavishly designed and illustrated, with photographs, historical documents, and full-color paintings, this virtual time capsule is packed with poetry, prose, and political rhetoric that introduce the amazing lives and work of notable figures such as Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston, Sargent Johnson, and Marcus Garvey.---from the publisher

160 pages                                        978-0316034241                         Ages 12 and up

Keywords:  African American, Harlem Renaissance, Black culture, Black Lives Matter, nonfiction, 12 year old, 13 year old, 14 year old, multicultural, diversity, diverse books, Diversity: Self Image

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