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Chapter 14 Section 3

Chapter 14 Section 3

Chapter 14 Section 3. A Creative Era. The Emergence of Jazz. The 1920’s is often called the Jazz Age because jazz music gained wide popularity during this time { Jazz originated among African Americans in the South}

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Chapter 13

Chapter 13

Chapter 13. Postwar Social Change (1920–1929). Women’s Changing Roles. The Flapper Image The flapper, a type of bold, fun-loving young woman, came to symbolize a revolution in manners and morals that took place in the 1920s.

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The evolution of the NAACP’s legal approach for equality

The evolution of the NAACP’s legal approach for equality

The evolution of the NAACP’s legal approach for equality. Competing Legal Strategies:. Mark Tuchnet - The NAACP’s Legal Strategy against Segregated Education, 1925-1950 , Chapter 2. By Tom Kiely. Early Legal Victories. Buchanan v. Warley (1917).

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Harlem Renaissance

Harlem Renaissance

Harlem Renaissance. BY: <names removed>. Fashion. In the renaissance time period the way a woman dresses showed her status in society.

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Race, Identity & Social Order : James Weldon Johnson

Race, Identity & Social Order : James Weldon Johnson

Race, Identity & Social Order : James Weldon Johnson. Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man Ch. IX-XI “I knew it was shame, unbearable shame.”. Systemic Racism. Privilege Systemic racism Color line (107-108) Dual consciousness (21) Slurs (92). Emmett Till, 1941-1955. Emmett Till.

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African American Literature of the Early 1900s Daniel Ansaldo

African American Literature of the Early 1900s Daniel Ansaldo

African American Literature of the Early 1900s Daniel Ansaldo. The Age of the New Negro. Protest writing grew from racial injustices Pauline E. Hopkins (1859-1930) Colored American Magazine Attempted to reignite antislavery fervor WEB Du Bois (1868-1963)

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Performing a Close Reading Part IV

Performing a Close Reading Part IV

Performing a Close Reading Part IV. 9/18/2013 Kingsley 123. Art in the Harlem Renaissance. How do you read an image? . Aaron Douglas from The New Negro, (56). Constructing Questions: AVOID. Avoid vague questions What is the meaning of the Harlem Renaissance presented in the texts?

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Postwar Social Change

Postwar Social Change

Postwar Social Change. Chapter 20. Society in the 1920s. Section 1. Women. After the Great War, people began to question traditional values and social structures. “Flappers” Women changed their physical appearance and challenged the idea of being “proper”. Voting rights. American Heroes.

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The Harlem Renaissance 1920s

The Harlem Renaissance 1920s

The Harlem Renaissance 1920s. The Harlem Renaissance. 1920s Harlem, a New York suburb Center of black culture for the time Influx of artists, musicians and writers All uniting in a common bond Some of the greatest art ever seen/heard Jazz music Amazing poetry Paintings and scultures

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JAMES WELDON JOHNSON 1871-1938

JAMES WELDON JOHNSON 1871-1938

JAMES WELDON JOHNSON 1871-1938. Poet of the Harlem Renaissance. Born in Jacksonville, Florida First African-American admitted to the Florida Bar since reconstruction Best known for God’s Trombones, a collection of seven free-verse sermons The Creation comes from these sermons.

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American Modernism 1900-1945

American Modernism 1900-1945

American Modernism 1900-1945. Between World Wars. Many historians have described the period between the two World Wars as a “traumatic coming of age.” In a post-Industrial Revolution era, America had moved from an agrarian nation to an urban nation.

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Music in the 1920’s

Music in the 1920’s

Music in the 1920’s. Richard Martinez. Jazz/Big Band. Jazz was born out of a mix of African and European music traditions. Mainstream 1920s—1970s.

By dani
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Harlem Renaissance

Harlem Renaissance

Harlem Renaissance. By:Abbey V ermilya Period 1. Beginning of World War 1 Between the years of 1919 and 1926 African Americans migrated from the rural Southern states to the industrialized metropolitan areas of the North African Americans rose to unprecedented levels.

By juliet
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Jim Crow Laws and Etiquette

Jim Crow Laws and Etiquette

Jim Crow Laws and Etiquette. What Are Jim Crow Laws?.

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“A Child Went Forth”

“A Child Went Forth”

“A Child Went Forth”. Walt Whitman. “I celebrate myself…”. Walt Whitman was born May 31, 1819 on South Huntington, Long Island, New York. He was almost entirely self-education, especially admiring the work of Dante, Shakespeare, and Homer.

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Prayer at Sunrise

Prayer at Sunrise

Prayer at Sunrise. James Weldon Johnson. Background Info. 1871 Born in Jacksonville, Florida, June 17 1894 Graduated from Atlanta University 1920 Appointed executive secretary of NAACP 1927 With brother Rosamond, published "God's Trombones" 1930 Became professor at Fisk University .

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Roaring Twenties

Roaring Twenties

Roaring Twenties. The changes seen in America during the 1920’s can be summarized into the following themes. Changes for African Americans Economics Arts and Leisure Sports and Entertainment Red Scare Government Foreign Policy Changes for Women. African Americas. Growth of Jazz

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Race, Identity & Social Order : James Weldon Johnson

Race, Identity & Social Order : James Weldon Johnson

Race, Identity & Social Order : James Weldon Johnson. Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man Ch. I-VII “Of course, you could go in any place in the city; they wouldn’t know you from white.”. James Weldon Johnson. 1871-1838 Writer, politician, diplomat, journalist, lawyer

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Social Changes of the 1920’s

Social Changes of the 1920’s

Social Changes of the 1920’s. Women’s Roles Flapper’s influence women’s fashion and behavior More Women enter the work force Women’s vote gradually influences politics Jeannette Rankin . Demographics More people move from rural to urban areas Rural-urban economic gap widens

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The Harlem Renaissance Period in American Lit.

The Harlem Renaissance Period in American Lit.

The Harlem Renaissance Period in American Lit. . Ms. Gibson. Harlem, New York. Important Features of the Harlem Renaissance.

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