Roles Of Women & African Americans
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Role Of Women During The 1920's
During the war, women worked in factories and had most of the jobs that the men had before the war.
Women's suffrage became national in 1920; women were now allowed to legally vote.
Women started to abandon traditional clothing and behaviors. They became wearing more revealing clothing, smoking and drinking in public and became more sexually liberated.
Role Of African Americans During The 1920's
The Harlem Renaissance was a literary, artistic and intellectual movement that introduced a new black culture to America.
Marcus Garvey was a public speaker for Black Nationalism and Pan-Africanism movements. Garvey advanced a Pan-African philosophy which inspired a global mass movement, known as Garveyism.
Jazz music originated in New Orleans and influenced many things such as fashion, poetry and some industries (music). It also created racial tensions in the post war period.
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