1920 research project

by BRYANA BURGOS

1. Red Scare: The Sacco and Vanzetti Case

Americans were fearful of the spread of communism. This fear was fed by the news media and politicians who portrayed the Soviets as on world domination. In communist nations, people were not allowed to their own land, follow their religious beliefs, or speak and act freely.
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Automobile I: The Life and Times of Henry Ford

Henry Ford did not invent the automobile. But he was responsible for transforming the automobile from an invention of unknown into an innovation that had shaped the 1920's to 1921 century
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Automobile II: The new world of Automobility

The automobile changed many things in the 1920's. It had changed the lives of Americans. These changes were manufactors , oil indrustry , gas stations and also many were employed to build highways , bridges ,and roads.
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The Mass Media I: Radio

Radio became a product of the mass market.a time when people had a lot more choices for how to entertain themselves.growth of the radio industry realized information can travel around the world in a couple of seconds and minutes. it went viral
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The Mass Media II: The birth of movies and movie stars.

Movies in the 1920s came in variety of silent and talking.The movie industry became a big business.new form of entertainment & their success was extremely rapid. They entertained and made people laugh.
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Changing roles of Women

during early 1920 women were gaining the right to vote and having enough freedom.women's new freedoms were automobiles to drive, films to see, and jazz music to dance to, wore tons of makeup , young women wanted to join in the fun. also known as flappers
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Evolution and the Scopes Trial

Religious Fundamentalism rised in the 1920s was a response to the changing of society and rise of modern theories, wanted a return to the old American and religious values.led to a debate over evolution, and between religion and science,
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Fighting Racism

Back-to-Africa campaign was led by Marcus Garvey in the 1920s and his ideas were involving black pride and economic independence.he had founded the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League.He gave courage to African people around the world to be proud of their race.
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Jazz Age I

Jazz had spread to dance halls and other venues, including speakeasies, all over America by the mid nineteen-twenties.The popular dance music of the time was not jazz, but there were early forms taking shape in the evolving blues-ragtime experimental area that would soon turn into jazz.
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Jazz Age II

Were talented individuals on their way to becoming major music stars.Some compositions written by jazz artists have endured as standards,Several songs written by Broadway composers in the 1920s have become popuar.
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Painters of the Harlem Renaissance

Harlem Renaissance art often featured bold colors arranged in an expressionist fashion. Many of these pieces portray educated, well-to-do African-Americans dancing, making music, dining or engaging in other pleasurable activities.
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Poets of the Harlem Renaissance

Because the Harlem Renaissance helped birth the organizations ,supported African American culture in the U.S. which is NAACP and the NUL . A a group of black poets, authors, and essayists seized the opportunity to express themselves. They had a voice
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Heroes of American Aviation

she was the first woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean and also became the first woman to pilot a plane across that ocean. there wasnt so many female pilots in that time and her being able to do that inspired other women to follow their dreams and are able to do stuff that men do.
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American Sports

Throughout the Roaring Twenties, not one did not love baseball and added to that not one adored Babe Ruth.He became the game’s greatest player ever.In his first season as a full-time hitter,he hit more home runs than entire teams
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