The Big Ideas Why did the Ku Klux Klan rise again in the early 1920s? Who fought against nativism and “100 percent Americanism” and how did they fight?



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The Big Ideas

Why did the Ku Klux Klan rise again in the early 1920s?

Who fought against nativism and “100 percent Americanism” and how did they fight?

How did women win the right to vote?

Which people and groups were most influential in the Women’s Suffrage Movement?

How did life change for the Seminoles in the 1920s?

How did life change for Mexican Americans during the 1920s?



People

Describe the goals and approaches each of these men had regarding African Americans.
Booker T. Washington –

W.E.B. DuBois –

James Wheldon Johnson –

Marcus Garvey –





Events (Describe the event, its causes and effects)

Race riots (Chicago and elsewhere)


The Rosewood Incident


Passage of the Indian Citizenship Act



Vocabulary (fill in effects from the lesson where possible or put the definition in your own words)

100 Percent Americanism – a movement after World War I that celebrated everything American while attacking people and ideas considered foreign

Effects:

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) – civil rights group founded in 1909 by W.E.B. DuBois to promote equal rights for blacks and reduce prejudice and discrimination

Effects:

Nativism – opposition to people and ideas that are different from the dominant culture

Effects:

Nineteenth Amendment – constitutional amendment granting women the right to vote

Effects:

Rosewood Incident – racially motivated massacre of several African Americans in a Florida town that ignited as a result of a rumor that a black man had assaulted a white woman

Effects:

Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA) – humanitarian group founded by Marcus Garvey to promote the interests of the African American community

Effects:


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