What Is The Section In The 1920s

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Slide 1 ---Prohibition. This is the section in the blue. In the 1920's on Januay 16, 12 A.M. the federal vol-stead Act closed every location that served alcohol. These locations consist of saloons, taverns, and bars. It was then made that it was illegal for anyone to sell "intoxication beverages," this means if a drink has more than 0.5% alcohol in it , then you can not sell it. Image take from: http://prohibitionclt.com/ This is the section in the white part of the slide.After this new law many people went to new, hidden locations that sold illegal alcohol. These places where called "speakeasies. Speakeasies were normally run by bootleggers, racketeers and other organized crime people, one of which is Al Capone, who is said to of had 1,000 gun men. Both text information came from this source, all credit goes to them: …show more content…

Was a literary artistic, and intellectual movement that helped a new back cultural identity. This was concluded by critic and eacher Alain Locje in 1926when he declared that through art, he stated, “Negro life is seizing its first chances for group expression and self determination.” Text information came from History.com, all credit to the writers. Image source --- http://ibikeharlem.com/ Slide 3----Fundamentalism Fundamentalism is a form of a religion, especially Islam or Protestant Christianity, that upholds belief in the strict, literal interpretation of scripture. This artifact can shows how both side Christianity and Islam is using the bible, or Koran as an excuse for war. Text info from---Google.com Image from---www.themuslimtimes.org Slide 4--- New Roles for Women In the 1920's woman started to be able to work. This artifact shows women working in a factory, where most women worked. Text info--- lesson Picture source---www.emaze.com Slide 5--- New

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