The Roaring Twenties
Jazz in the Roaring Twenties
The 19th Amendment
2. Zora Neale Hurston often wrote about the experiences of African American women. Her novel Their Eyes Were Watching God tells of a young African American living in Florida in the early 1900s.
3. In his 1933 autobiography, writer James Weldon Johnson described the Harlem Renaissance, " Harlem was made known as the scene of laughter, singing, dancing.... Writers flocked [ gathered] there; many came from far, and depicted [ showed ] it in many ways and in many languages. They still come; the Harlem of story and song still fascinates them."