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Within the a long time of the Nineteen Twenties and Nineteen Thirties in Harlem, manhattan urban, there built a special awakening of brain and spirit, of race conciousness and inventive development. This announcement of African-American independence grew to become often called the Harlem Renaissance and it is a research of the period.

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