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Langston Hughes Word Search

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Langston Hughes Crossword

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A person who writes a poem poet
His actual first name James
His mother's first name Carrie
He was born on __________1, 1902 February
He was born in ________, Missouri Joplin
Year in which he graduated high school. 1921
Where he enrolled for college Columbia
"The Negro Speaks of Rivers" was published in this magazine. TheCrisis
He wrote for the __________ Defender Chicago
His poetry was promoted by ____________ Lindsay Vachel

LANGSTON HUGHES Word Search

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MIXED RACE
BLACK MIDDLE CLASS
NAACP
1967
RENAISSANCE
1902
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harlem renaissance Crossword

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what was the type of music that was born during this era jazz
who was w.e.b. du bois sociologist
first broadway musical produced and performed by african americans? shuffle along
what was the other name for the harlem renaissance? new negro movement
who was the first black poet to receive the national recognition? paul dunbar
where did the harlem renassiance take place? new york
which African-American literary magazine published in New York City in 1926 during the Harlem Renaissance Fire
which langston hughes poem gave him his first award Weary blues
who was one of the most important writers during the harlem renaissance langston hughes
The name of the theater in New York City where many great African-American musicians got their start during the Renaissance? Apollo
who is the Famous singer and musician in this time era. Louis Armstrong
one of the most famous jazz composers is? DUKEELLINGTON
why did the harlem renaissance end? great depression
what does renaissance mean? rebirth

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Hughes langston Word Search

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Famous African American Word Search

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Al Sharpton
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Harlem Renaissance Crossword

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Prominent Harlem poet who married W. E. B. Dubois's daughter CounteeCullen
A benefit of the Harlem Renaissance was that it demonstrated the _______ spirit of a people. indefatigable
A time after the War Between the States when the Southern states were occupied by the U. S. military. Reconstruction
Famous for her "Banana Dance" JosephineBaker
First African American to be admitted to Barnard College; author; anthropologist ZoraNealeHurston
The Harlem Renaissance helped lay the foundation for the _______ ______ ______. CivilRightsMovement
The Harlem poet who wrote "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings." PaulLawrenceDunbar
Plessy vs. Ferguson was a Supreme Court case that upheld __________> segregation
a labor organizer APhillipRandolph
Editor, philosopher, and public intellectual, who wrote The Soul of Black Folks WEBDuBois
Co-wrote the song considered the Black national anthem JamesWeldonJohnson
Believed African American education should be learning about trades like mechanics and plumbing: debated W. E. B. Dubois BookerTWashington
The Harlem ________ bravely fought on the front lines of World War I. Hellfighters
Harlem poet who wrote "The Negro Speaks of Rivers" Langston Hughes
Social gatherings hosted by local women to showcase local artists and raise money to pay household expenses. rentparties
The Harlem Renaissance instilled cultural ________. pride
A vocal improvisation associated with jazz scat
A Harlem poet who wrote "A Dream Deferred" LangstonHughes
An innovative form of music that emerged from Black culture that is considered distinctly American jazz
Actor, singer, athlete, political activist PaulRobeson
What the fifteenth amendment guaranteed African Americans vote
The Harlem Renaissance helped transform Black ________. identity

Langston Hughes Word Search

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Famous African Americans Crossword

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First African American President of the United States. Barack Obama
Famous African American poet, she was also an author and civil rights activist Maya Angelou
Known for his famous "I Have A Dream" speech. Martin Luther King Jr
Known for the Montgomery Bus Boycott. Rosa Parks
Amazing blues singer nicknamed "The Empress of Blues." Bessie Smith
Very talented jazz trumpeter. Louis Armstrong
African American historian, literary critic, filmmaker, and public intellectual. Dr Henry Gates Jr
He wanted equal rights for all African Americans. W E B DuBois
He wanted vocational and educational rights for African Americans, he also founded Tuskegee University. Booker T Washington
He was composer, a pianist, and band leader of a jazz orchestra. Duke Ellington