Jazz in the 20's and 30's helped a lot of people with there sadness and doubtful thoughts. Listening to jazz was not only fun, it was uplifting to the spirit.
African Americans often listened or played jazz for their leisure time. Children often played games for entertainment. Blacks trying to make a living were often turned away from soup kitchens. Possibly if they had the money they would even see a movie. However, African Americans often played music as their escape to uplift their spirits.
“Decrease of Crops Due to Depression”
The decrease in crops was due to the greater loss of money from The Great Depression.
Due to the dust bowl and other horrific weather catastrophe, some farmers were forced to move. In other words they were considered to be migrants, people that moved from their original home. The dust bowls and other storms made farmers land impossible to make a living off of