The Harlem Renaissance

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Introduction
This paper provides a detailed account of the importance of understanding the topic of African American experience in the entire process of criminal justice. For example, the paper outlines the contributions of African Americans to literature during the Harlem Renaissance as a perspective that can be used to understand the critical role African Americans have played in the American criminal justice.
The contributions of African Americans to literature during the Harlem Renaissance
The Harlem Renaissance was basically a cultural, artistic and social explosion or revolution that took place during the 1920s in the Harlem region of the New York City. At the time, the social-cultural explosion was referred to as the” new negro movement” and significant assumed the name following an anthology by Elaine Locke in 1925. In nature and characteristically, the movement entailed a new African American cultural expression that swept over the American urban centers especially in the northwest and the Midwest United States which has experienced the greatest impact of the African American great migration and of which the largest was the Harlem.
The Harlem Renaissance as considered to be a rebirth of the African American arts. In addition, though the movement was mainly centered on the Harlem neighborhood especially within the borough of Manhattan within the New York City, it had much influence over such far cities as the Paris. For example, many francophone black glasses of
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