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This picture represents African American's having equal rights. This in the 20's was really big for the African American community having equal rights as a white man was everything to them because before then they had not many rights and had to listen to the white people. In 1920s there were less racism, so it is indeed roaring twenties

'Vintage Black Glamour' Exposes Little-Known Cultural History - Langston Hughes, Charles S. Johnson, E. Franklin Frazier, Rudolph Fisher and Hubert Delany (brother of the Delany Sisters) overlooking St. Nicholas Avenue in Harlem in the

This is a car during 1920s. Before 1920s there were some cars, but it was not that popular. They would usually ride a horse. However, in 1920s, most of the rich people would buy new cars like Tom Ford(The picture) and ride them during the day. This car made moving far distance way easier and comfortable than before and a lot of people enjoyed riding it. The car was symbol of convenience and luxury. In 1920s, people could use fancy cars, which proves 1920s was roaring twenties

The Ford T/ Doctor’s Coupe, “As dependable as the doctor himself”. Ford Motor Company of Canada Ltd, Walkerville, Ontario.

Women and men's equality was developing and this is a picture of two beautiful lady holding votes for women. As mentioned in the other pins, Women didn't really have rights to vote but in 1920s they could and it shows that women's rights were becoming stronger. Thus, it was indeed roaring twenties

I think every woman who is against feminism shouldn't vote. Because it is thanks to feminism women can vote today. At the time the photo was taken, feminists were called suffragettes.

Swearing in Canada's first female senator, Cairine Wilson, 1930 This is an another example of women's right getting stronger. Before 1920s, there were not female senator and they were not even allowed to vote. On the other hand in 1920s, they had more opportunity to work for job and they could be senator too, so it was indeed roaring twenties

Type of document: Photograph. Swearing in Canada's first female senator. Women finally allowed to vote. In 1929 women were at least granted the right to be considered "persons" which allowed them to qualify for appointment to the Senate.

Image of Jazz group during 1920s. As you can see in the picture, in 1920s, people enjoyed listening to jazz music and just love dancing too. These music actually shows that Canada's life got better than before, and people are enjoying their life listening to music. Thus, enjoying music shows that 1920s was roaring twenties

Orchestra established by Windsor's Finnish Socialists, ca.