Answer to Question #135697 in History for Kionna Holt

Question #135697
Harlem Renaissance jazz musician such as Jelly Roll Morton Joseph “King” Oliver and Louis Armstrong tended it to come from
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2020-09-29T06:31:30-0400

During the slavery period, most Africans were transported to America to provide labor in plantations. When slavery was abolished, the end of bondage had not brought the promised land many African American had envisioned, instead white supremacy was quickly, and violently restored large pieces of land where African America lived. This led to a huge number of them to migrate and relocated in one place. As they settled they discovered they had shared a common experiences in their past, this gave birth to HARLEM RENAISSANCE. Jazz music was born, which was used to play for people to listen, relax and forget their past experiences. Jelly Roll Morton Joseph “King” Oliver and Louis Armstrong tended it to come from the African America who had endured hard times while working in plantations.


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