ROOM 219

virtual extension of the ESL classroom

Annotated Links on the Harlem Renaissance

The official site of Zora Neale Hurston, the author of Harlem Renaissance,

in whose books the reader finds the reachness of racial heritage.

March 30, 2012 - Posted by | Uncategorized


  1. Harlem Renaissance,DVD by Kultur, shows how In the 1920 African-American literature, art music,dance and social commentary flourished this culture movement, was built around launching an artistic awakening rather than a social revolt featuring commentary from historians and the performers themselves this program traces the roots of the music its social impact on society and its eventual acceptance in mainstream culture.
    the music and rhythms that started a cultural revolution

    Comment by 4WS | March 30, 2012 | Reply

  2. Duke Ellington Era

    Duke was born in Washington, D.C, he star playing the piano when he was seven years old. Duke also played at The Cotton Club six nights a week from 1922 to 1931.

    On others words he was a nice piano player

    C.C 4th period

    Comment by Carloz Camargo | March 30, 2012 | Reply

  3. This website show> As World War I approached, a shortage of labour ensued at the generous supply of European unskilled labour ceased to flow into New York City.

    Comment by English Class | March 30, 2012 | Reply

  4. This is a link that i found about musicians that argue about their music (jazz)

    Comment by R.C 4th p | March 30, 2012 | Reply

  5. In this website you can several of famous musicians of the Harlem Renaissance about how they career went on during time and how famous they become over the years.

    Comment by Ts | March 30, 2012 | Reply


    Comment by A.F. P4th | March 30, 2012 | Reply

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