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I have learned a lot in this class - from the text, our debates and conversations/comments in the forums each week. I found the debates very interesting, to see each person's creativity and support of either side of the debates. I also learned a lot from looking closer at each President's strategy to improve the economy during their years in office and how it affected the people of the United States and relations with other countries.
The Harlem Renaissance was one of movements that resulted from the Roaring 20s, describing the literary and artistic development of African American arts that was key in depicting the black cultural identity after the Great War. The movement included African American intellectuals, writers, and artists such as Alain Locke, Langston Hughes, Countee Cullen, and Louis Armstrong. The writers represented the struggle for cultural identity and independence, offering their perspective and experiences as African Americans, as the artists created a stage to showcase the talent of African Americans as entertainers.
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