The great migration is full of facts and information that I bet you didn't know, including 5 MILLION blacks migrated to the North and West. Without this important part on american history we could have never had the Harlem Renaissance and that would mean very famous/important blacks could be forgotten.
The 1920's were full of inventions you should read about including the hair dryer, jungle gym, headrest, lie detector, flow process chart, convertible, cotton swabs, instant camera, cheeseburger, gas chamber, masking tape and the tilt-a-whirl. These inventions are related to the roaring twenties because without these genius ideas we may not have ever tasted a cheeseburger or climbed on a jungle gym.
The art of the black people at the Harlem renaissance let them express their emotions through colors, shapes and design and It opened eyes to talent and creativity. This is related to the 1920's because blacks started to become famous and people started realizing they were skilled.
The Harlem Renaissance were a time when Black people could show their talent to the world. The Renaissance included art, dancing, music, poetry and singing. The events are related to the 1920'2 because it showed people that blacks could be talented and it brought entertainment for everyone.
The Great Migration map shows you where black people traveled when they moved from the south to find jobs and opportunity's. This migration is related to the 1920's because it started the Harlem Renaissance.
This website gives you a list of some of the popular 1920's invention, the list includes.... washing machine, radio, electric toaster, refrigerator, band-aid, sunglasses, television, electric razor and much more. The 1920's are related to the inventions because this time period was a great invention buzz.
In this photo you can see women lined up along the street protesting for women's suffrage. You can also see people lined up on the sides of the street watching what is going on, so the women protesting are drawing attention to themselves. Women's suffrage is related to the 1920's because it was a big part of are history because if women didn't start fighting for women's rights women might still not have rights today.
This music video shows and explains women's suffrage through song and acting. Their are many different characters in this video and they each have their own roll. This video connects to whats going on in the 1920's because their are people each playing a character to describe the different people disagreeing or agreeing on women's suffrage.