The Great Migration was a time in the twenties where African Americans moved up from the south to major cities up north or to the west. They traveled up north to join the Harlem Renaissance ad to escape segregation.
The Harlem Renaissance changed many African American lives in the twenties. The Harlem Renaissance gave African Americans the opportunity to have a career in art, music, and literature.
Women's Suffrage grew so much in the twenties. Women's Suffrage made the twenties roar because they were able to give women the right to vote. On June 4, 1919 Congress passed the 19th amendment giving women the right to vote.