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Love for the Harlem Renaissance

Ashlyn Bunch

Ashlyn Bunch

Ashlyn Bunch, Contributing Writer

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Senior Lani Farris dances with English teacher Stephanie Healy during the Harlem Renaissance Gallery on Feb. 14. The class made brochures and played music from the time period in order to showcase their learning over the past few weeks. Harlem Renaissance is an important topic in the history of the U.S., showing cultural diversity.

“I liked learning what the kind of music people listened to during the Harlem Renaissance,” Farris said.

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