Starting Unit 7: 1920 1945 - . Race Relations – 1920s. Setting the Stage ... – Langston Hughes, Claude McKay, Zora Neale Hurston Drama: o Paul Robeson o Evelyn Preer

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  • StartingUnit7:19201945

    Outline ThemeChart Timeline

  • RaceRelations 1920s

  • SettingtheStage

    By1920:majorityurban

    Jobopportunitiesduringwartimegrewforwomen,immigrants,andmigrants.

    Postwareconomichardship

    NativismandtheRedScare

    ImmigrationActof1924

  • SettingtheStage ResurgenceofKKK(andWKKK)

    ANTI:foreign,Catholic,black,Jewish,pacifist,communist,internationalist,bootlegger,gambling,adultery,birthcontrol

    SouthernoppressionforAf.Am segregation racialviolence Denialofbasiccivilrights Lowwagesandpoorworkingconditions

    Limitededucation

  • PercentageofAfricanAmericansintheTotalpopulationoftheUnitedStates 1890

  • TheGreatMigration

    DuringandafterWorldWarI,AfricanAmericansmovedtotheNorthandWest,wheretheyfoundnewopportunitiesbutstillencountereddiscrimination.

  • TheCrisis BrothersComeNorthHistoricalContext: 1920,justafterWW1whenmanyAfricanAmericansaredisillusionedwithAmericasroleinmakingtheworldsafefordemocracy

    Audience: AfricanAmericansPurpose: topersuadeAfricanAmericanstoleavetheSouth.

    PointofView:WEBDuboiswasanearlycivilrightsleader,soweexpecthiswritingstobemotivationalforAfricanAmericansandcriticalofwhiteculture/government.

  • TheCrisis BrothersComeNorth

    Connections:Whatconnectionsdoyoudrawbetweenthetextandyourownlifeoryourotherlearning?

    Challenge:Whatideas,positions,orassumptionsdoyouwanttochallengeorarguewithinthetext?

    Concepts:Whatkeyconceptsorideasdoyouthinkareimportantandworthholdingontofromthetext?

    Changes:Whatchangesinattitudes,thinking,oractionaresuggestedbythetext,eitherforyouorothers?

  • TheCrisis BrothersComeNorth

    Connections:

    Challenge:

    Concepts:

    Changes:

  • RaceRiots

    1917 EastSt.Louis labortension.100200killedand300+buildingsdestroyed

    1919 26riots,includingChicago drowningofAf.Amboyescalated 15w/23bkilled,178w/342binjured,1000+blackfamilieslosthomes

    1921 Tulsa whitegirlaccusedblackboyofrape 150200killed

  • HarlemRenaissance

    WhenmosttalentedblackartistscametoexpresstheirAfricanAmericanexperiencesthroughmusic,literature,art,etc.

    TheGreatMigration

    NAACP

    TheCrisis

    HarlemRenaissance

    TensioninCities

  • MarcusGarvey:

    advocatedblackprideandseparatism UnitedNegroImprovementAssociation BlackStarLine

    W.E.B.Dubois NAACPtoupholdingof14th and15th

    amendments antilynchingcampaign immediateequalitythroughpolitics

    BookerT.Washington eventualequalitythrougheconomic

    independence vocationaleducation(TuskegeeInstitute)

  • Booker T Washington - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - WEB DuBois

    - Generate as many tugs or reasons that pull you toward each leaders philosophy.

    - Determine the strength of each tug, placing strongest tugs at the farthest ends of the rope and weaker tugs toward the center.

  • Jazz:

    OriginsinNewOrleans,St.Louis,Chicago

    WestAfricanfolk+syncopatedrhythmsofRagtime+minorchordvoicingofthe Blues.

    JellyRollMorton,LouisArmstrong,CabCalloway,BessieSmith,

  • SavoyBallroomhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mqsc0dhoED0

    CottonClub:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEaZkNQTVVc

  • Literature:

    celebratedblackcultureanddialect

    reflectedthemovementoftheNewNegro selfassertive,raciallyconscious,andarticulate andspokeoutaboutmarginalizationandalienation

    LangstonHughes,ClaudeMcKay,ZoraNealeHurston

  • Drama:o PaulRobesono EvelynPreero Brokeracialbarriers

    Painting:o AaronDouglas paintings

    shapedbyAfricancultureandjazzmusic

    o PalmerHayden paintingsofdailylifeinHarlem.

  • TheJazzAge

    Jazzwastakenoverbythemiddleclasssociety

    NYandChicago=culturalcentersforjazz

    Radiostations(newtechnology)

    YoungerpeoplepopularizedtheblackoriginateddancessuchastheCharleston

  • HowitFeelstobeColoredMe

    HistoricalContext 1928 HarlemRenaissanceisinfullswingAudience printedinapoliticalmagazinewithleaningstowardpacifismandChristiansocialismPurpose descriptiveessayexploringidentityandselfpridePointofView ZoraNealeHurstonwasawellknownHarlemRenaissancewriter

  • HowitFeelstobeColoredMeby:ZoraNealeHurston

    Individual sentencethatwas

    meaningful thatcapturesacoreideaofthetext

    phrasethatmoved,engaged,orprovokedyou

    wordthatcapturedyourattentionorstruckyouaspowerful

    Class Whatthemesemerge? Whatimplicationsor

    predictionscanbedrawn?

    Werethereaspectsofthetextnotcapturedinyourchoices?

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