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The Harlem Renaissance was the development of the Harlem neighborhood in New York City as a black cultural mecca in the early 20th Century and the subsequent social and artistic explosion that resulted. Lasting roughly from the s through the mids, the period is considered a golden age in African American culture, manifesting in literature, music, stage performance and art. The northern Manhattan neighborhood of Harlem was meant to be an upper-class white neighborhood in the s, but rapid overdevelopment led to empty buildings and desperate landlords seeking to fill them. In the early s, a few middle-class black families from another neighborhood known as Black Bohemia moved to Harlem, and other black families followed.
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Harlem Renaissance ushered in new era of black pride

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Harlem Renaissance – a history of LGBT people of color | Writer's Room at the Betsy

From roughly to , the literary and artistic movement now known as the Harlem Renaissance produced an outpouring of celebrated works by African-American artists and writers. More sites will be added in the future. Hosted by Vimeo. Search Search. Search for:.
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It dramatizes a black wedding of the early 20th century — the marriage of Harlem Renaissance poet laureate Countee Cullen and Nina Yolande Du Bois, the daughter of W. Despite a lavish event — she had 16 bridesmaids! Three months after the wedding, Cullen sailed to Paris with his best man, and bride and groom officially split up shortly after.
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Eric Garber's study creates a picturesque montage of Harlem gay life during this period when many African Americans tolerated, indulged in, and even celebrated homosexuality. Garber's is a cinematic look at gay life, art, and culture that pauses here and there to capture the details of the night club scene, art work, personalities, and so on. Painting Harlem as a gay liberated capital, Garber shows how homosexuality, among intellectuals especially, was accepted as a personal matter that did not interfere with the larger, more important work in racial and cultural advancement. Gays were oppressed during the period, but a thriving black gay subculture ensured that open secrets were kept. Bessie Smith, Ma Rainey, "Moms" Mabley, Mabel Hampton, Alberta Hunter, Gladys Bentley, and other lesbian or bisexual women found employment in show business, and many sang the blues about gay lives and loves.
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