This journal is a 3 paragraph reflection of the writings, music, and poetry of African Americans during the Harlem Renaissance. Please compare and contrast the representation of black female identity according to Zora Neale Hurston and black male identity according to Langston Hughes. What do the two texts together reveal about the experiences of black women and men during the Harlem Renaissance? Are the roles the same today? You may use some aspects of your discussion posts and please cite at least one (1) author from your textbook. Please submit your MLA formatted, 3rd person narrative journal as a Microsoft Word attachment.