Roles Of Women & African Americans

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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