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The place was New York City The time was the 1920s the Jazz Age Nowhere did the music seem as loud or play as sweet as it did in the Manhattan neighborhood of Harlem There a flowering of African American culture created a community bursting with artistry political energy and racial pride This was a time when a large amounts of artists writers musicians thinkers historians Blacks that were deeply involved in the arts and politics and people with various talents stepped on the scene Harlem was the center of urban black life If you wanted to write you went to Harlem If you wanted to dance you went to Harlem If you wanted to effect social change you went to Harlem If you wanted to compose music you went to Harlem If you wanted the best chance at changing your circumstances and you were black you went to Harlem It was considered the heart of the Renaissance in African American letters hence the name The Harlem Renaissance It was also considered the heart of African American life hence the designation of Harlem as Home in most black literature of the time Harlem stands then not only as a designation of a geographical area but also as a symbol for the best and worst qualities of African American life during the early twentieth century If you want to know anything about that time then you must first start with Harlem The film Remembering Harlem was representative of the many events that went on in Harlem I found it to be very interesting as well as enlightening One of the peoples whos story was told in the film that really stood out to me was Arthur P Davis Arthur lived in Harlem during the Harlem Renaissance He talked about going to a place called the Lincoln Auditorium for dances because that was the only place that Blacks could actually go and have a good time considering
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