New Negro Movement

Events

1909 — The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is founded

August 23, 1909

By 1910, the Great Migration of africans in urban area migrated in parts or the rual south

december 1910

1914 — The Great Migration of blacks out of the rural South to cities in the North begins.

September 1914

1917 — The United States enter into World War I

May 1917

April 1918, Congressman Leonidas C. Dyer, introduced an anti-lynching bill

April 1918

1919 — The end of World War I; the beginnings of The New Negro Movement

September 1919

January 1, 1921 Shuffle Along Shuffle Along was an innovative musical prod.

January 1, 1921

February 1, 1922 Anti-lynching legislation was passed by the Representatives

February 1 1922

March 21, 1924 Opportunity magazine hosted a dinner at the Civic Club

March 21 1924

April 1, 1928Countee Cullen and Yolande Du Bois were married

April 1 1928

March, 1929 Harlem opened on Broadway in 1929

March 1929

March 19, 1935 Harlem's race is ignited

March 19 1935