Street Movements in America.pptx407

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Back to Africa Movement to Harlem Renaissance to Hip Hop Back to Africa Movement, which was also known as the Colonization Movement, that encouraged those of African Descent to return their African homelands of their ancestors Harlem Renaissance first went by the name of the “New Negro Movement” Was later named in by Alain Locke in 1925 Many really don’t know when it
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The Beginning The Great Migration which Jack Temple Kirby calls, “The Southern Exodus” named after the Israelites and their departure of their oppressors in Egypt, as African Slaves departed from Southern States to have better opportunities in the Northern cities, as well to Escape racism and persecution
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Unformatted text preview: Pan Africanism A Movement that seek to unify one African community The movement was said to be staunched by Marcus Garvey, who was a Jamaican born journalist and orator. Marcus Garvey also started the Back to African movement, that allowed him to start the The Black Star Line in 1919. Hip Hop Movement Hip Hop is describe to some as first, A Urban Underground Movement Like the Harlem Renaissance, it was a form of musical expression and artistic culture that originated in African American Communities in the late 1970s in New York Jamaican born Kool Herc is credited with pioneering Hip Hop in the Bronx, by transitioning Jamaican traditions of Links I do this later...
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2011 for the course AAAD-A 407 taught by Professor Steinsfield during the Fall '10 term at Indiana.

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