Changes between 1920s & 1930s By: YeEun Choi

Home Life

Women's home life in 1920s . This picture shows the life for women during 1920s. They are wearing those kind of clothes and makeups. Many young women were flappers that time.
Women's home life in 1930s. This picture shows the life for women in 1930s. When the Great Depression hits, many people lost their jobs, so women also had to go out and work like men.

Leisure Time

African Americans' Leisure Time in 1920s. This picture shows the life of African Americans during leisure time in 1920s. It shows that they are playing instruments which I think is to show that music and many other things were popular that time (Harlem Renaissance).
African Americans' leisure time in 1930s. This picture shows the life of African Americans' leisure time in 1930s. During the Great Depression, many African Americans lost their jobs and because of that, they couldn't support their families.

Economy

Bankers and stockbrokers' economy in 1920s. This picture shows the economy in 1920s. It shows that many people bought stocks and many other things.
Bankers and stockbrokers' economy in 1920s. This picture shows that this man is selling his car because he needs money.

Role of Government

Role of government of business owners and industrialists in 1920s. This picture shows people are going against President Hoover since he's not really caring about farmers and other things.
Role of government of business owners and industrialists in 1930s. This shows that Roosevelt's new deal is working and women are able to work like men.

Women's home life in 1920s - Women's life in 1920s was fun and interesting to them. Many young women in 1920s were mostly flappers, a fashionable young woman intent on enjoying herself and flouting conventional standards of behavior. This caused many women to dress and put their hair differently, and wear makeups. It was a great time for women.

Women's home life in 1930s - However, when the Great Depression hit, many women had to go out and work in the fields like men. Many men couldn't support their family because they were receiving little amount of money, many women often went out and work.

African Americans' Leisure Time in 1920s - Life of African Americans in 1920s was very good and well going time. Many African Americans were successful with music, arts, writing, acting, and so on. The Harlem Renaissance made African Americans to show their educational talents and pride to people. This picture shows the time during 1920s. Jazz became really famous among the Americans. It shows that they are performing and it seems like they are also having fun. However, there was a group called Ku Klux Klan, and they didn’t like the African Americans. They tried to kill and destroy all the African Americans. Even though African Americans faced many challenges in 1920s, they overcome them because of many goods they earned by working really hard and showing others that they can do it too.

African Americans' leisure time in 1930s - However, life in 1930s things changed. The Great Depression hit the America. Many African Americans lost their jobs because of many whites looking for new job since they also lost their jobs. This picture shows that African Americans are waiting to get foods since they lost all of their money to buy foods and other things.

Bankers and stockbrokers' economy in 1920s - In 1920s, many people went to buy their stocks and putted their money in the banks. They bought many goods which helped the economy to grow more.

Bankers and stockbrokers' economy in 1920s - In 1930s, the Great Depression caused many people to lose their jobs, home, and money. It was caused by the failing of stock market, which caused everyone to lose their money and became stockbrokers. People also lost their money in the banks. So, they had to sell their things to earn money to support their families.

Role of government of business owners and industrialists in 1920s - In 1920s, when Robert Hoover was still a president, many people protested the government because he wasn't helping them with the Great Depression and many other things. The government didn't really care much about them, but it increased the amount of business.

Role of government of business owners and industrialists in 1930s - In 1930s, Roosevelt's new deal made many Americans to realize that the government is really trying for them. It gave women the opportunity to work like men. Roosevelt tried really hard to help people to overcome the Great Depression by his New Deal projects.

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