Great Migration and Women's Suffrage Compare:People were doing something they believed/wanted to do. Both in Women's Suffrage and the Great Migration, people got beaten/hurt. People thought both topics was a bunch of 'horsefethers' Contrast: In the Great Migration people were traveling to new places where they wanted to live. What Women's Suffrage was, ladies fighting for their rights they wanted to have.
The Great Migration was when 'African Americans' traveled Northeast, Midwest and Far West. They traveled after World War 1. World War 1 actually started the whole migration. People wanted to go to the 'main drag' where everyone is at.
The Harlem Renaissance was the movement of African-American culture. People like Aaron Douglas a 'swell' artist in the 20's. Also music was a big hit in the culture movement in the 20's, like Louis Armstrong. Louis Armstrong's music was 'swanky'. To go along with the music culture, a lot of people loved to 'hoofer'. Lastly the last culture was literature, Zara Neale Hurston was a very good author.
A high school grad got a offer to get into a good college. But he was desired to get the girl of his dreams instead. So he started doing sports to try to impress the popular girl that he liked. He was trying to be a big 'bimbo'. This was the beginning of technology. A movie in black and white with a orchestra playing in the theater or one musician. The people in the movies wouldn't talk with sound, but their mouths would move and sometimes word headers would go across the screen to imitate what they were saying.
This link is about Women Suffrage. Women's Suffrage was a big problem in the 20's. Women took the sacrifice of being beaten viciously and arrested for there voting rights. The where giving 'beef' about voting rights, but no one thought the women where a 'big cheese".