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History II

Chapter 20 Section 4

Marcus Garvey founder of the Universal Negro Improvement Association and the 'Back to Africa' movement who promoted black pride
jazz American musical art form based on improvisation the came to represent the Roaring Twenties
Louis Armstrong trumpet player who influenced the development of jazz
Bessie Smith blues singer known as the 'Empress of the Blues'
Harlem Renaissance the flowering of African American arts and literature in 1920s N.Y.
Claude McKay Harlem Renaissance writer who showed the struggle of ordinary African American
Langston Hughes prolific writer who celebrated African American culture and life
Zora Neale Hurston folklorist and author of 'Their Eyes Were Watching God'
Created by: Hellokitty139