This map represents the move for African Americans to the north and west. According to this picture, this is what made up the Great Migration. This has still impacted our lives today in the 21st century, by the population of colored people ALL around the United States.
According to this article, The Great Migration and it's impact on people around the untied states in the 20's. This was a big part of history and should still be remembered to this day.
Historian Yohuru Williams explains what you need to know to sound smart about the Great Migration of African Americans from the South to the North after the Civil War. This video, at HISTORY.com, explains the Great Migration, and some about the Harlem Renaissance. The great migration was part of the roaring 20's, making it important to history.
According to this picture, this is what a nickelodeon [ movie theater ] might look like in the 20's. It cost a nickel for these amazing movies in the 20's, making the name of NICKELodeon
According to this list, these are actors during the 20s that defined the movies with their style. These people were making the 20's much different, being a part of the Roaring 20's.
By looking at this picture, you can describe some of the struggle of women to get rights to vote. They needed to go to extreme measures to get rights in the 20's.
Wild Man Blues (Armstrong - Morton) Louis Armstrong and His Hot Seven Recorded May 7, 1927 in Chicago Parlophone R-2162 Louis Armstrong (cornet), John Thomas... According to video, another artist in the 20s named Louis Armstrong changed the way people looked at colored people in the 20's, by using his music.
A slideshow of Archibald Motley's most famous paintings along to the track 'High Society Rag' by King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band. ----------------------------... Archibald was one of the many artist during the 20's to change the way people looked at colored people, using his art.
Women's suffrage was one of the four big topics in the U.S in the 20's, talking all about different voting rights for women.