Boom to Bust By:John Andrews

(Home Life) Life for women during the 1920's was very different. They went out and had parties, drank, went on dates, danced, and smoked. They broke away from tradition and started something new. Life changed for women during the 1930's. Women spent most of their time at home. They cleaned constantly which was an unfair life.
(Home Life) Life for African Americans in the 1920's. The Harlem Renaissance occurred and African American culture and music exploded all across the country and people loved it. Jazz was played everywhere and it started a movement. Life for African Americans changed a lot in the 1930's. They were hit the hardest with the great depression and they lost almost everything that they owned.
(Leisure Time) In the 1920's women spent their leisure time going to bars, dancing, and being busy outside of the house. In the 1930's, Women spent their time in their homes with their families because there were no jobs for them and the families couldn't afford to do anything outside of their house.
(Leisure time) In the 1920's and 1930's, African American people spent their leisure time playing music and making music. They lost themselves in the music when in times of suffering and struggles. They reached closer to equality and they had some freedoms already.
(Role of Government) The role of Government in women's live in the 1920's was involved. Women had jobs and they left their house to go to work every day. Life for women and all people in the 1930's was very bad. The government wasn't doing anything about the great depression and people needed help. They were jobless, and homeless.



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