Juneteenth Cincinnati in partnership with Kennedy Heights Arts Center is proud to present A Celebration of the Harlem Renaissance from February 27 - March 27, 2021.

 

The Harlem Renaissance was an intellectual, cultural, social, and artistic movement that took place in the 1920s and 1930s following the Great Migration during which thousands of African Americans left the south and moved north. It was marked by a flourishing of art, music and literature that reflected the history and experience of African Americans. 

 

A Celebration of the Harlem Renaissance highlights the artistic and cultural achievements and enduring legacy of this movement through an art exhibition, poetry reading, dance and jazz performances, and educational curriculum for students.

 

You are invited to join us in the celebration of the Harlem Renaissance, as we pay homage to an era that has undoubtedly changed African American history and culture forever. We honor those who, without hesitation or regret, were the original pioneers of a black lives matter movement that reshaped the way society would see and respect people of color.

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