The Social Justice Movement Of The 1920 ' S

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[Title Here, up to 12 Words, on One to Two Lines] Todd Shepherd Arts/125 Author Note [Include any grant/funding information and a complete correspondence address.] During the 1920’s and 1930’s the Civil Wars stock completely crashed and American culture at that time quickly panicked. Technology during this time had minimum growth, and America was too afraid to invest their money into anything because nothing was promised. However; the Glided Age was extremely successfully, it provided growth based on their consistency of change and their intuitive mind. America needed something to believe in, they needed hard work and clarity on where their success lies and ultimately the direction their country was headed. Today we will discuss how art has been a reflection to society, we will discuss the social justice movement of the 20 th century and how its American society, the role of diversity and how its changed today’s society, last we will talk about my opinion on today’s art. In 1893 The World’s Columbian Exposition was held in Chicago, It was a perfect blending of technology and tradition. Due to the technological revolution wealth in America had again started to flourish and was shown at the exposition. Which could be considered a great illustration of America’s Gilded Age during which technology and tradition was blended. The exposition was a mixing pot of artists and architects mostly all of which had studied in other countries. The names given to the sections of the
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