about the vision he sees for them. This essay was written in such a way that, save a few time bound references, the majority of it could have been written a month ago. New Negro as a means of rediscovering individuality of voice in the context of community. Nonetheless, Garveys vision for Negroes was that we can do anything that we set our minds to regardless of the circumstances that we could face. Negro life is not only establishing new contacts and founding new centers, it is finding a new soul So for generations in the mind of America, the Negro has been more of a formula than a human being a something to be argued about, condemned. We have seen that to be true. In art and letters, instead of being wholly caricatured, he is being seriously portray eel and painted. Each writer expresses their idea in their own unique way, but they all wanted freedom, equality, and respect. First, in Hughess poem Mother to Son; a mother is telling her son that her journey through life has not been easy, but she will not give.
Langston Hughes saw this imaginary Negro that Locke had described in both a good and bad light. Alain Locke, in "The New Negro suggests that the "old Negro " is really nothing more than a myth or an ideal. He talks about the fact that there are aspects of Negro culture - such as the spiritual - that were beaten down but were accepted when finally allowed to emerge.
The intelligent Negro of today is resolved not to make discrimination an extenuation for his shortcomings in performance, individual or collective; he is trying to hold himself at par, neither inflated by sentimental allowances nor depreciated by current social discounts By shedding the old chrysalis. Instead, he attributes this migration to a new vision of opportunity. In a 1925 essay entitled The New Negro, Alain Locke described this transformation as an embracing of a new psychology and spirit. 13The disaster affected all aspects of life. This paper will compare and contrasts Marcus Garvey The Future as I See it and Langston Hughes various poems on why Locke would have characterized them as either Old Negroes, New Negroes, or both. For example, Locke would characterize Garvey as the Old and New Negro. The leviathan being solely powerful will only check against itself. He talks about the fact that there are aspects of Negro culture - such as the spiritual - that were beaten down but were accepted when finally allowed to emerge. Also, Locke would characterize Hughes poems as New and Old Negroes. Locke then takes a look at some trends, including the tendency toward moving city-ward, and says these are not because of poor or even violent conditions in the south nor of the industry in the north. This is the whole basis of Black Pride.