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  • The Beggining of The Great Depression
  • What did people do and what happened?
  • WE NEED JOBS!!!
  • WE KNOW YOU HAVE MONEY! GIVE US MONEY!
  • How were people treated?
  • The Great Depression started when the Stock Market crashed in 1929. Many people lost their employment and that way they couldn't get earn money. 25% of men lost their jobs and people couldn't  afford food.
  • Women's Discrimination
  • There are only jobs for unmarried women!
  • But we're all married!
  • People ran out of money, even the banks. Since this had happened many became homeless and they needed someone to blame, so they blamed the government.  After World War 1, Women could get many jobs , but with little jobs only women who didn't have a male provider could work. People starved and the government went down.
  • How were people impacted?
  • Many were discriminating colored people. White people wanted them out of where they had settled . Then, the Ku Klux Klan started to influence others to act against minorities. Many people of color got attacked and killed by this Klan.
  • What had happened People during The Great Depression?
  •  Before The Great Depression,jobs had many job opportunities due to the fact that men had gone out to war. When The Great Depression took place, only women with no  male worker could have jobs because there were little jobs with little pay . Women were one of the million who lost their jobs.
  • WE NEED JOBS!
  • The Great Depression lasted from 1929 to 1939. Most people in that time became homeless and they lived in hover-villes. Millions of Americans lost their jobs and weren't able to afford food and housing.
  • Homeless, discrimination, and unemployment had caused people who lived in the U.S. to shut down and not be the luckiest at that time. With no money in banks people struggled to live and keep the lives that they had. The Government was the one to blame, and citizens were mad at it for not helping them when they most needed it. The Black Tuesday was a nightmare for all those who lived from 1929 to 1939.
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