This Independent Study looks at the various aspects of speakeasies during Prohibition, and social changes that occurred during this time for Women and African Americans. Flappers were the main focus when discussing the social changes for women. The Harlem Renaissance, Jazz, the Great Migration, and Prohibition were topics covered when discussing the social changes of African Americans.
Collins, Joseph, "Social Relevance of Speakeasies: Prohibition, Flappers, Harlem, and Change" (2012). Senior Independent Study Theses. Paper 3820.
United States History
speakeasy, prohibition, flapper, 1920s, african american, jazz, harlem renaissance
Bachelor of Arts
Senior Independent Study Thesis Exemplar
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