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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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