This video shows that what women did when they were forced to eat/drink. They also showed that some women wanted to be able to vote and some didn’t, neither one of them were right or wrong but I would rather be able to vote and not want to or be able to vote and vote.
This picture represents how people in The Harlem Renaissance had pride in their work and they showed how people they could do stuff that white people could.
This map shows where black people would travel to during the great migration. They wouldn't go to a small city just because they wanted to get out of their town, they would go to big or well industrialized city's so they could work at factories to get paid a decent amount of money.
This video shows what the Harlem renaissance was about and why we remember it. There were important figures that we still remember today. This video also has a hip-hop song so it's easier to remember and more enjoyable.
These pictures show what people everywhere had to where to prevent the spread of the flu. Another picture shows flu patients being tended to by volunteer nurses in a makeshift hospital because the hospitals were already to overwhelmed.
This picture is by Aaron Douglas in 1934. The picture tells lots of different stories but the one I see is one person trying over and over to get freedom and the creepy hands (most likely the white people) good grabbing him/her being pulled back from his/her dream.
When millions of African-Americans fled the South in search of a better life and jobs, they remade the nation in ways that are still being felt.
This article states the great migration was the relocation of more than 6 million African Americans. The great migration was through 1916-1970.
These pictures show anti-women’s suffrage. What could happen if women do men’s jobs.