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The Culture of the Roaring Twenties
The Negro League
Babe Didrikson Zaharias
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Claude McKay Poet and novelist who wrote about the injustices of black life in America
Zora Neale Hurston Folklore; wrote novels, and short stories celebrating the courage and struggles of African American life in the rural South
Alain Locke Published The New Negro, an anthology of black writing that forced critics to take black literature seriously
Countee Cullen Poet; earned Master’s degree from Harvard; sometimes criticized for being too conventional
Paul Laurence Dunbar Poet, novelist and short stories; was one of the first Black poets to gain national prominence; used African American themes and dialect
Mary McLeod Buthune
A. Philip Randolph
Henry Ford and the Model T
Chicago in early 1920s
Sacco and Vanzetti
Scopes Monkey Trial
Chapter 13: Roaring Life of the 1920s – Part I
192 0s McKayla Sanders Victoria Davis Porsche Kemp.
The 1920s: Coping with Change
Chapter 25 Section 1 The Cold War Begins Section 5 The Harlem Renaissance Objectives Analyze the racial and economic philosophies of Marcus Garvey. Trace.
Era of Sudden Change. Role of Women: 19 th Amendment – Women get right to vote – 1920 First woman governor in Wyoming – Nellie Tayloe Ross Women voting.
Economy & Culture. Roaring Twenties I. New EconomyI. New Economy –A. Technology 1. Electricity1. Electricity –Rising Demand – x Customers –16%
1920s – Roaring Twenties. Prohibition Passed with the 18 th Amendment, but backup with punishment with the Volstead Act What were the reasons behind this.
America in the 1920’s and 1930’s. Women’s Rights 19 th Amendment is passed in August of 1920 – gave women the right to vote Flappers – women who challenged.
Chapter 21 The Roaring Twenties. Population exploded in the cities 2 Million people were leaving small town American and moving to the cities every.
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.
Chapter 24: The 1920’s Bring Social Change
Life in the Roaring Twenties Do you see the origins of today’s culture in the cultural life of the Roaring 1920s? Think! Keep this question in mind.
The Roaring Twenties. New Roles for Women During WWI women increasingly worked and expected to continue even after the war Many women in America began.
Music and Popular Culture Ch. 22, Section 3
The Roaring Twenties. The Russian Revolution Czar Nicholas II loses power for entering WWI Czar Nicholas II loses power for entering WWI Vladimir Lenin.
RURAL VS. URBAN Scope’s Trial - “monkey trial” Evolution or Science??
Harlem Renaissance & The Jazz Age
U.S. History. F. Scott Fitzgerald The Great Gatsby Sinclair Lewis Main Street Ernest Hemingway For Whom the Bell Tolls “The Lost Generation”
Lesson Concepts: 1)Describe the changing character of American society and culture during the 1920s. 2)Summarize how roles of class, ethnicity, gender.
The 1920’s Timeline.
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