APUSH-1920s-Culture-Project

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APUSH 1920s Culture Project You and your group will explain the cultural change brought about by new ideas or the traditional reaction to them. You will have a broad overall topic to address as a group and specific terms that you as individuals will incorporate into the larger picture/topic. You and your group will present a Power Point or Google Doc on your findings and you will each write a short-answer response on your specific topic. Topics/terms : Prohibition: origins, speakeasies, Al Capone, sources of alcohol Traditionalism: Nativism, KKK, religious fundamentalism, immigration restrictions Jazz: origins, singers, band leaders, race relations Movies: origins, talkies, film stars, Birth of a Nation Harlem Renaissance: Harlem, Langston Hughes, writers, themes PowerPoint/Google Doc Presentation Guidelines Your presentation should have 1 to 3 slides for each topic/term. You should also have 1 to 3 photos for each topic/term.
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