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Who were flappers
During the 1920's the flappers represented a change in the
American woman in society. They started showing skin with shorter
skirts. They started wearing shorter hair and makeup. The skinny
boyish figure was stylish at this time and, in some cases, so was
unisex fashion. They drank, smoked, cursed, danced, participated in
petting parties, and engaged in other activities seen as scandalous
by the society of the day.
What was the Black Star Line
What is a blog entry
Blog Entry is generic "entering content in your web application being a weblog"
What were the three Rs President Franklin D. Roosevelts program to end the depression
What issues encouraged membership in the Communist Party
Racial discrimination and poverty were issues that encouraged
Communist Party membership.
What was one reason for the founding of the NAACP
Some of the reasons for the founding of the NAACP were:
- The desire to oppose racism
- African Americans' desire for more opportunities
- Jim Crow laws
- Segregation laws
What event led to increased racial tension in 1915
the release of the film birth of a nation
What did the new american middle class create
A market for mass-produced goods
What change took place among working women in the early 1900s
A large number of women became secretaries or managers.
In The Negro Digs Up His Past what is Arthur Schomburg discussing
In "The Negro Digs Up His Past," Arthur Schomburg is discussing
the he study of the history of African Americans.
How did many Whites respond to Jack Johnson's victories as a fighter
What group mostly immigrated to New York City
Puerto Ricans mostly immigrated to New York City.
Which man was the leader of the Federal Bureau of Investigation during the Palmer raids
What was true about both colonias and barrios
Both colonias and barrios provided a support network for Mexican
What was a goal of the industrial workers of the world in 1905
Get rid of the differences between those who owned property and those who did not. - Apex
Which group supported the prosecution of John Scopes
What was provided by the Social Security Act
payments to older americans
What was the most common destination for African American migrants between 1910 and 1930
Which best describes the Red Summer of 1919
Racial violence occurred in cities.
Which group migrated north largely to NYC where they formed a unique immigrant community
The African American population of Detroit grew rapidly as a result of African Americans doing what
They migrated to jobs in automobile manufacturing.
What problems did returning African American soldiers face after the war
Lynching and kkk violence
Why were the Mexican workers able to find jobs in the west and southwest
They worked for little pay
The fear of foreigners during the 1920s was part of the return to
Which was true of the Bisbee Deporation
Mexicans Americans were targeted
Mexican workers known as braceros often
received lower wages than whites did
Why were Mexican workers able to find jobs in the west in the southwest
They did not complain about working conditions. (apex)
In the 1920s the actions that Americans took as a result of their xenophobia were a large part of the return to
Which of the following helped create the second Ku Klux Klan
The film The Birth of a Nation - Apex
which characteristics best describe aaron douglass's painting, song of the towers
Which is true of Pullman porters in the 1920s
Pullman porters needed a union because they were not treated well.