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Learn about the Jazz Age of the 1920s with Flocabulary's educational rap song and lesson plan.
This Flocabulary video talks about the Harlem Renaissance, the KKK and, the Black Leader Marcus Garvey.
In the 1920s, the radio quickly became a venue for manufacturers to advertise their hot new gadgets and appliances.
This Newsela article on Radio Fever talks about when they got higher technology, it was so much easier for them to do their chores around their houses in the 20's.
An explosion of music and culture.
This Newsela article talks about the African-Americans, when they lived as slaves first, then as they fought to get equal rights, including voting.
African-American migration out of the South and into northern urban centers.
This Newsela article tells us about after the Civil War African-American's lives changed and how they got to be free, and have civil rights, that includes voting rights. It also states that when the Northern armies left in 1877, all of that changed.
Women's fight for equality.
This Newsela article talks about the women wanting the right to vote, and they talk about what women's roles were in the 1800's, and how men ruled over women. It also states that women could only take care of their children, and clean up all around the house, all of the chores, while the men worked all day to bring home the money, until.......
Laura ♥ Moon.
This youtube video talks about how women want their rights, including voting rights, all the men's rights. They all want suffrage, except for this one women in the video, she says their crazy, but they end up getting their suffrage anyway.