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  • WELCOME TO THE 1920'S
  • WOMEN'S RIGHTS =HUMAN RIGHTS
  • Take a trip with us to the 1920's.The decade that changed the world.
  • In the 1920's women had to fight for basic human rights, such as voting which was only given to men at the time. After fighting for a while we got the 19th amendment which gave us the right to vote.
  • Flappers were women who challenged the social norms. They would go out on the town and have fun.
  • Prohibition made it illegal for people to drink,make or even sell alcohol. People still found a way to get their alcohol.
  • Speakeasies were a result of prohibition and clubs underground that served alcohol illegally. People went there to have a fun time, but still enjoy alcohol.
  • Prohibition also brought gangsters to the light. Gangsters were a part of organized crime and they illegally sold and made alcohol.
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