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The Harlem Renaissance Vocabulary

Across
large in comparison to what is typical
To use or use up
something (such as an event or activity) that lasts an extremely long time or that requires great effort
discrimination or hate based on race
produced by the creation of a series of drawings, cartoon
generally or widely accepted
the process or system by which goods and services are produced, sold, and bought in a country or region, careful use of money and resources
African Americans fleeing racism in the South and migrating North
expression of African American culture and art in the neighborhood of Harlem, New York
to move from one country, place, or locality to another
section of New York City in northern Manhattan
not allowed by the law
able to read and write
a conversation between two or more persons
A representation (as a story) by means of movie, video
commanding of controlling over others
the personality or part that an actor recreates
to make a first appearance or a formal entrance
Down
communication, as radio and television, newspapers, magazines, and the internet, that reach or influence people widely
something that makes it difficult to do something
the state of being a very famous performer
the total number of people in a country or region
the practice of unfairly treating a person or group of people differently from other people or groups of people
pleasure that comes from watching a performer, playing a game
important and well-known
a type of American music with lively rhythms and melodies that are often made up by musicians as they play
violation of rights or the rights of others
a careful judgment in which you give your opinion, good or bad
to play a part, give to, creating an end result.
a way of thinking that gives too much importance to material possessions rather than to spiritual or intellectual things
the act of making something public
ruling, governing, or controlling, having or exerting authority or influence
a type of lively music that is often played on the piano and that was very popular in the U.S. in the early part of the 20th century