The Great Migration was the movement of 6 million African-Americans out of the rural Southern United States to the urban Northeast, Midwest, and West that occurred between 1916 and 1970. This image will show you how many people were moving out of the south and into the north.
The 20's century America witnessed a number of consequential migrations, Great Migrations, that helped reshape culture, politics, or economic structures. Here are eighteen interactive maps that will help you learn move about the Great Migration.
African-American expressions of writing, music, and art were really shown out well during this event that made the 20's fun and fabulous. This guide presents the Library's resources that will help you learn about the Fabulous Harlem Renaissance that really made the 20's roar.
Learn about the history and important figures of the Harlem Renaissance with Flocabulary’s Rap.
This song is about Woman's Suffrage in the roaring 20's. I learned about woman would fight for voting rights and it was important to them because they felt that other people thought they were just some sap that didn't know what they were talking about and they wanted to prove everyone wrong. Hope you learn something about Woman's Suffrage in the 1920's.
This link is all about the amazing new culture in the 20's that really made the 20's roar and is really the bee's nee's to read.
Back in the 20's everyone was using 20's slang and if you were not you would probably be considered a flat tire. Here are some 20's slang that is just swell.
This explains all the events that happened in the 20's, like the rise of movie stars and money!
The Roaring 20's was a time that was all about the rise of movie stars and the new Nickelodeon technology and was defiantly the bee's nee's at the time. Without Nickelodeons being invented we probably would not have had movies or even actors today. Here are the top 10 1920 actors.
The nickelodeon was the first type of indoor exhibition space dedicated to showing projected motion pictures. Usually set up in converted storefronts, these small, simple theaters charged five cents and they were new and all the rage in the 20's. Learn more about the start of movie theaters.
Something else that made the 20's roar in the worst way possible was Woman's Suffrage. This link will help you learn about how woman were fighting for not only voting rights, but to be respected the same as men.