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Who is Sargent Claude Johnson
First African-American artists working in California to achieve a national reputation. "It is the pure American Negro I am concerned with, aiming to show the natural beauty and dignity in that characteristic lip and that characteristic hair, bearing, and manner; and I wish to show that beauty not so much to the white man as to the Negro himself. Unless I can interest my race, I am sunk."[
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Who is Richard Wright
His family joined the Great Migration, to seek opportunities in the more economically prosperous northern and mid-western industrial cities. He is American author of novels, short stories, poems, and non-fiction, best known for Native Son and his memoir Black Boy.
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What is South Carolina
The school funding disparities in the Deep South states, where blacks outnumbered whites in hundreds of rural countries, were far greater. This state spent $53 on each white child in 1930 and just $5 on those who were black.
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Who is Augusta Savage
An African-American sculptor associated with the Harlem Renaissance, known for her sculpture of her nephew, Gamin, Busts of W.E.B. Dubois and Marcus Garvey and Lift Every Voice and Sing (also known as The Harp). in 1935, she became a founding member of the Harlem Artists Guild
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Who is Alice Chldress
an American novelist, playwright, and actress, acknowledged as "the only African-American woman to have written, produced, and published plays for four decades." She became involved in social causes, and formed an off-Broadway union for actors
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What is Nebraska
In 1943 this state had the following Jim Crow Law: Miscegenation [Statute] Prohibited marriage of whites with anyone with one-eighth or more Negro, Japanese or Chinese blood
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Who is Jacob Lawrence
This African-American painter, known for his portrayal of African-American life. His art was inspired by the cultural visionaries of the Harlem Renaissance. In 1940, he received a grant from the Rosenwald Foundation to create a 60-panel epic, The Migration of the Negro (now known as The Migration Series); the then 23-year-old artist catapulted to national acclaim
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Who is Lorraine Hansberry
She was the first black female author to have a play performed on Broadway. Her best known work, the play A Raisin in the Sun
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What is San Francisco
In this city, Jim Crow laws between 1866 and 1947 in the areas of miscegenation (6) and education (2), employment (1) and a residential ordinance passed by the city, that required all Chinese inhabitants to live in one area of the city
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Who is Billie Holiday
This Jazz vocalist was known as Lady Day and best known for her musical songs "God Bless the Child", "Strange Fruit" and "Taint Nobody's Business if I do"
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Who is Langston Hughes
He was an American poet, social activist, novelist, playwright, and columnist , one of the earliest innovators of the then-new literary art form called jazz poetry and a leader of the Harlem Renaissance in New York City. The Negro Speaks of Rivers", which became his signature poem, was collected in his first book of poetry The Weary Blues (1926)
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What is Georgia
It shall be unlawful for any amateur white baseball team to play baseball on any vacant lot or baseball diamond within two blocks of a playground devoted to the Negro race, and it shall be unlawful for any amateur colored baseball team to play baseball in any vacant lot or baseball diamond within two blocks of any playground devoted to the white race
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Who are the Nicholas Brothers
A team of dancing brothers who performed a highly acrobatic technique known as "flash dancing". They became stars of the jazz circuit during the heyday of the Harlem Renaissance and went on to have successful careers performing on stage, film, and television
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Who is Zora Neale Hurston
She was an influential author of African-American literature and anthropologist, who portrayed racial struggles in the early 20th century American South. She became a central figure of the Harlem Renaissance, Their Eyes Were Watching God (1937) is on of her many novels.
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What is Alabama
In this state more than 25 community-supported black hospitals were established (Black Hospital Movement), including Hale Infirmary, Holy Family Hospital, Fraternal Hospital (1919), the Good Samaritan Hospital (1922), and Tuggle Institute (1923) . These hospitals allowed African American physicians to practice medicine and treat patients in medically appropriate settings, and they offered patients a respite from the often undignified treatment they received at white-owned hospitals.
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