a. These photographers worked to bring images of the extreme poverty of the south to the east coast. b. This person made me realize that although things may seem fine in the area that I live, they are not always so in different area's of the country. c. This images are still remembered to the present day, because these photographers where some of the first to show to the working class the financial strife of the farmers. These photographs continue to serve as a warning to what will happen if we have another crash in the stock market.
Women's suffrage brought about the right for women to vote, nationwide. b. This made a large impact on me because I, a women, have the right to vote and be elected to political positions. C. Women's suffrage continues to have a huge impact on the nation, because it inspired many more recent protests, that fight for other women's rights.
Woman suffrage: Woman suffrage, the right of women by law to vote in national and local elections. Women were excluded from voting in ancient Greece and Republican Rome, as well as in the
Aaron Copland wrote music for very famous American ballet's like "of mice and men", "Rodeo" and "Appalachian Spring". b.I am inspired by him because if was through his work ethic, that he was able to become such a talented composer. c.The world continue's to be influenced by him because his music that includes jazzy rhythms and is not overly complicated, continues to be listened to by the average American.
Amelia Earhart was a leading pioneer in female aviation. She became the first woman to fly a plane across the Atlantic Ocean. B. She is important to me because she reminds me how much women can do, even in fields that are dominant by men. C. Amelia Earhart continues to be important to the world as people try to solve the mystery of her disappearance and death. She is one of the figure heads of past and modern aviation, symbolizing the importance of curiosity.
A. Henry ford is important to history because he invented the first affordable automobile and also created the assembaly line. B. Henry ford is important to me because my family has been living in Michigan for generations, so many of my family members have been employed by Ford. C. Henry Ford continues to be important because of his invention of the assembly line, which continues to be used in today’s factories.
A. The wright brothers invented the Airplane, which changed the way we viewed travel, and changed the way wars where fought. B. The airplane is important to me because I often visit my grandparents in Vermont and without the airplane, it would be very difficult to get there. C. The airplane is important today because it is used in travel, making the world smaller, and possible for world leaders to communicate, making miscommunication because of distance an anomaly.
A. Elizabeth Cady Stanton was important to history because she was a leader in the fight for woman to vote. B. She is important to me because without her, I would not have this right. C. She is important to the world because she is what allows woman now, like Hillary Clinton, to run for president. She was a leading pioneer that paved the way for other women to achieve great accomplishments.
A. Eleanor Roosevelt was the First Lady. She used her power to help the impoverished and people of color who where being opressed at the time B. She is important to me because she fought for human and Woman's rights. Without her, many things I am able to do today (like work while still having children), I may not have been able to do. C. Her declaration of Human Rights is still used worldwide by the U.N and warring nations to help protect the rights of people in every situation in any country (poor, rich, black, white, Jewish, muslim)
A. Prohibition was an era in U.S history where the production or sell of alcohol was illegal. This lead to the production of illegal alcohol and the rise of Gangsters. B. This is important to me because my Great-Grandmother was able to feed her children by selling illegal alcohol. C. Aspects of the prohibition are still seen today, in the debate about Marijiana. It seems like this debate will end very similarly to how the Prohibition did, with alcohol once again becoming legal.
A. Zora Neale Hurston wrote the riveting book "Their Eyes Where Watching God". Which was very controversial at the time but helps readers understand Black Culture in the 19th century. B. She is important to me because I am currently reading her book and learning a lot about America and black culture in the past that I previously did not know. C. She is important to America because she teaches readers about another culture in our diverse country, and fights for black feminism. At this time, although feminism has a great presence in our society, many minorities are underrepresented. Zora reminds us of the different needs that each ethnicity wants feminism to address.