African Americans hisotry

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just write a two 2 page essay about this topic: how the World War 1 impact African-Americans. When World war happened, it was a very transformative even fort African-American. African-American demanded their rights, as well as asserted their very own humanity within ways that accepted both subtle and dramatic reasoning. African-Americans were suffered social, economic, as well as political challenges that forced to them to migrate North. By the time this war occurred, blacks were stripped from their rights to even vote. African-Americans had to use separate restrooms, schools, buses, and etc. When it came to the Southern Justice System, they equally denied all protection rights that were considered to be under law; as well as condoned the practice of what you would call mob violence. African-Americans decided to find within the war due to nationalism. They wanted to fight for their rights and equal protection for themselves. The Harlem Renaissance was a very important time for African-Americans and their culture. African-American decided upon themselves to move to Harlem as a racial consciousness as well as artistic movement. This time period occurred right after World War 1 and until the mid-30's. The Harlem Renaissance was also emerged as a result for the emergence of great literature amongst black authors. It was this period in time when African-Americans began getting their works noticed as well as published. The Harlem Renaissance represented the black culture in many ways. These ways consists of dance, the black culture movement, art, literature, fashion, as well as aesthetics. Also, within this time period, the culture of African-Americans became more known as the soul food they ate, as well as the holidays and there observances For numerous years, this music was only recorded via memory and in person. The Blues was born within the Mississippi and followed the Civil War. This type of music genre was greatly influenced by African-Americans by their church signings, and rhythmic dances. Jazz occurred from the multicultural musical atmosphere that occurred in the state of New Orleans within the 19-20th century. This population consisted of slaves as well as refugees from the Hispaniola. This genre was created from the convergence of the rhythm-centric music pertaining to the African-Americans and the Caribbeans. Jazz has greatly influenced just about every genre of music that has been created. Jazz was the only American music genre in these years, where the African-American combined their rythems from those of their ancestors, and used the musical instruments from those of the White Americans. With the result of this combination, Jazz was created and became a culture phenomenon that has definitely spread throughout the country. ...

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