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21:2 Twenties Woman
Women in the 20’s WWI + flu = live it up Asserted independence Rejected traditional values Demanded freedom
Flappers Dress Hair Assertive marriage
Double Standard Flappers-more of an image than reality Courting changed to casual dating Women caught between old and new standards
20’s work opportunities for women Post war opportunities Women’s professions Clerical workers Breaking stereotypes Inequality and Discrimination in workplace
“Best Thing Since Sliced Bread” Refers to great innovations
Changing American Families Children in school-Child Labor Laws Working women
Rebellious Adolescents AKA Pains in the Butt Strain on families More time with peers and less at home Resist parental control
21:3 Education and Popular Culture Bell Ringer pg. 653
1920’s Changes in Education “High School Movement” – Increased attendance – Vocational needs – Immigrants + literacy
1920s Mass Media Shapes American culture National Newspapers Mass circulation magazines
RADIO Powerful Live Politics Sports
Fads of the 1920’s People had time and money for leisure activities
Sports Heroes 1920’s pg. 654
1920s Movies Jazz Singer Steamboat Willie “talkies”
1920s Musicians George Gershwin
1920’s Artists Georgia O’Keeffe
1920’s Authors Sinclair Lewis F. Scott Fitzgerald Ernest Hemingway
21:4 Harlem Renaissance
Great Migration Push/pull factors Effect of northern cities
NAACP W.E.B. DuBois Protest racial violence Anti lynching laws
Harlem Renaissance Harlem-Capital of Black America Conditions Celebration of African American Culture
Harlem Renaissance Literary Movement Themes: pride, trials, tribulations Claude McKay Langston Hughes
Jazz Age New Orleans Ragtime and vocal blues Louis Armstrong Duke Ellington Cotton Club Bessie Smith
Tin Pan Alley Songwriting and publishing companies of the early 20 th century Irving Berlin
Composer and lyricist 3000 songs White Christmas/God Bless America
Chapter 13: Roaring Life of the 1920s – Part I
Chapter 25 Section 1 The Cold War Begins Section 5 The Harlem Renaissance Objectives Analyze the racial and economic philosophies of Marcus Garvey. Trace.
The Harlem Renaissance
Women and African Americans during the 1920s. Describe the changing roles and perceptions of women in the late 1920s Right to vote (19 th amendment) –
The 1920s The Roaring Twenties. Life in the Jazz Age.
The Roaring Life of the 1920s CH.13. Changing Ways of Life SECTION 1.
The Harlem Renaissance. What Was the Harlem Renaissance? A literary an artistic movement celebrating African American culture beginning in the 1920s.
Chapter 21 The Roaring Twenties. Population exploded in the cities 2 Million people were leaving small town American and moving to the cities every.
C HAPTER 21 The Roaring 20’s. S HIFT FROM RURAL TO URBAN LIVING % of people lived in cities with populations of million
THE HARLEM RENAISSANCE
The Jazz Age Chapter 20 Section 2-3. Literature Ernest Hemingway – wrote about his experiences in WWI For Whom the Bell Tolls A Farewell to Arms F. Scott.
21:2 Twenties Woman. Women in the 20’s WWI + flu = live it up Asserted independence Rejected traditional values Demanded freedom.
Warm-up: Describe at least 3 things that helped create a national mass culture during the 1920s and explain how they accomplished this.
Harlem Renaissance The New Negro Movement. Origins Great Migration- the migration of African Americans from the south to the north during WWI Many of.
Education – Popular Culture CHAPTER 13 SECTION 3.
TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. Harlem Renaissance.
The Harlem Renaissance. Warm-Up What was the Great Migration? What is a renaissance?
6c: Cultural climate of the 1920s and 1930s Art: – Georgia O’Keeffe, an artist known for urban scenes and, later, paintings of the Southwest.
Mass Media -schooling is expanded to educate the masses -new coverage of events began to shape public opinion -invention of radio became a powerful influence.
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