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1.—What are some popular culture sensations that characterized city life during the Roaring Twenties? What was the Harlem Renaissance? Who were sme of the significant figures in this movement? Related, how were relations between conventional whites, African Americans and the LGBT community in major northern cities affected by the Roaring Twenties? What were the long term effects of the Roaring Twenties and Harlem Renaissance on America society throughout the ensuring century? (Be specific and back your assertions with evidence). MODULE 9 and external research.
2.—What was the Cold War all about and how did it begin in 1945? What were the Cold War US foreign policy doctrines–The Marshall Plan and Containment? How did the Cold War finally end and what are the basic relationships between the Cold War powers today> (Be specific and back your assertions with evidence). MODULES 12-14 and external research.
3.—What were a few significant events, legal decisions, and presidential interventions that launched the African American Civil Rights Movement during the 1950’s? In the 1960’s how were Martin Luther King’s ideals of non-violence and civil disobedience challenged by other African American activists, and which approach was most effective in the long run? Which of these contrasting attitudes or tactics has most influenced contemporary social justice activism? (Be specific and back your assertions with evidence). MODULES 13,14 and external research.
During the Roaring Twenties, life in American cities was characterized by a distinct cultural tone entailing popular cultural sensations. One of the most popular symbols of this period was the flappers. The passage of the 19 th Amendment in 1920 invited social change, especially for women. In the Roaring Twenties, flappers referred to young women who were much open with their sexuality and dressed proactively. According to Clark, These women were also characterized by wearing this make-up and wearing bobbed hairstyles (7). Furthermore, flappers wanted to live their life to the fullest by listening and dancing to music, especially jazz music, going to clubs, drinking bootleg alcohol and smoking cigarettes and cigars (Zeitz 1).
Another popular symbol of the Roaring Twenties was jazz music, largely credited to African Americans who integrated traditional African music and dancing techniques while employing new musical techniques (Zeitz 4). The resulting new style of music and dance was accepted by Americans across the country, especially the young people. Jazz also expanded to the white middle class in the country. Being regarded as the soundtrack of the Roaring Twenties, it was also a way to rebel against tradition.
Additionally, during the Roaring Twenties, many African Americans had moved from the South to the North to find new economic opportunities. As a result, new creative communities in the northern US were born rapidly, resulting in the Harlem Renaissance, a social, artistic, political, social and intellectual movement that produced great works of literature, music and art during the Roaring Twenties (Brooks & David 123). Although the Harlem Renaissance was based in the Harlem neighborhood in New York City reached the entire nation.
Another significant change in the overall American behavior was the relation between conventional whites, African Americans and the LGBT community, where minorities were treated with more equity than they were accustomed to in previous years. Most aspects of the American society rejected social bias in the northern urban areas, and convectional whites dealt with African Americans and other minorities sympathetically. It became common to see African Americans and whites dining or dancing together in nightclubs, and African Americans started been featured in movies and on stage as players (Brooks & David 123). The Roaring Twenties was a period of more visibility, and there was more acceptance for the LGBTQ communities. For instance, New York was an important center of new ethic and humor was used to increase the acceptability of the LGBT community (Clark 9) ……………for help with this assignment contact us via email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Brooks, Tim, and David Robertson. “Harlem Renaissance.” The Cambridge Guide to African American History (2016): 123.
Clark, Shellie. “The Sexual Revolution of the” Roaring Twenties”: Practice or Perception?.” # History: A Journal of Student Research 1.1 (2016): 7.
Zeitz, Joshua. “The Roaring Twenties.” The Gilder Lahrman Institute of American History (2017).
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