5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Raul Ramirez
- Tanisha Scott
- Themes of literature in the Harlem Renaissance
- Steve Ericson
- Poets of the Harlem Renaissance
- a African-American daily life, discrimination and racism, roots in Africa.
- b loves to paint, does not want to be stereotyped as by his culture
- c Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston, Countee Cullen
- d considers her beauty a struggle
- e aspires to work on Broadway, but is moving
5 Multiple choice questions
- music that became popular during the Harlem Renaissance. Performed at the Apollo and Cotton Club.
- wants someone to love her, feels alone. Does not like her stepfather
- is rebelling against her family, feels like she doesn't belong
- wants to be considered a "bad boy" but loves the Harlem Renaissance, wants a future
- has dyslexia, loves the saxaphone
5 True/False questions
Harlem Renaissance → a movement of African-American culture in literature, art, dance and music during the 1920's.
Devon Hope → is a very good basketball player, but also likes to read
Porscha Johnson → is considered a bully, bad-tempered, her mom died of an overdose
Chankara Troupe → refuses to be stuck in an abusive cycle, like her sister
Diondra Jordan → English teacher who inspires his students