Transcript: James T Jesus T 1950s Society Presentation The Growth Of Suburbia 1950s Society A Residential Area Many were built which caused an expansion in neighborhoods Housing was formed due to the increase in income Effected millions of Americans Occurred in Levi town, York Suburbia Suburbia: The Baby Boom The Baby Boom GI BILL Between 1945-1961, 65 million children were born A child was born every seven seconds. The Baby Boom was one of the reasons suburbia was made Happened in countries that experience the most damage in the war Baby Boom Baby Boom: Passed in 1944, to help soldiers or veterans of WWII readjust back into society Provided low cost mortgages, low interest loans, cash payments for tuition and living expenses to attend college GI BILL cooked cleaned around the house stayed home and took care of the kids. Women stereotypes in the 1950's Gender roles in the 1950's Teachers Nurses Telephone operators selling make up selling Tupperware Jobs Jobs single women did Man of the house Main source of income was supposed to make enough to support his family. Measured by how much he made. Stereotypes for men Men stereotypes
Transcript: US leaders during the decade THANK YOU! "Our language is the reflection of ourselves . A language is an exact reflection of the character and growth of its speakers" A major invention we still use today is colored T.V "Humanely Done" In this event operation wetback was created and used in 1954. Dwight Eisenhower launched it to remove thousands of undocumented workers. Mostly mexican nationals. 4,800 people were arrested on the first day. By the end of the day 1.3 million were deported. This included abuse of children and separating families. The term "Wetback" was applied to Mexicans who swam across Rio Grande River. That is today called "Ethnic Slur". This deportation lasted only a couple of months sending now 2.1 million Mexicans. "There are vivid memories from my childhood-- what we had to go through because of low wages and the conditions basically because there was no union" "Operation Wetback." <i>Immigration of the 1950s</i>. Fred L. Koestler,, 21 Feb. 2012. Web. 29 Feb. 2016. "OPERATION WETBACK." KOESTLER, FRED L. N.p., n.d. Web. 01 Mar. 2016. "How Eisenhower Solved Illegal Border Crossings from Mexico." The Christian Science Monitor. The Christian Science Monitor, n.d. Web. 01 Mar. 2016 "Jon Christian Ryter -- Operation Wetback." Jon Christian Ryter -- Operation Wetback. N.p., n.d. Web. 01 Mar. 2016. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2015/09/30/donald-trumps-humane-1950s Newfield, Marcia, Deborah Parks, Karen Edwards, Robert Weisser, Susan Moger, and Joy Hakim. An Age of Extremes 1880-1917: Teaching Guide for the Third Edition. New York, NY: Oxford UP, 2003. In the 1950s there were lots of innovations that we still use today. There is roll on deodrant, ultrasound, original paper, credit cards, and automatic doors. SIDE B Operation wetback is a very serious situation and it still effects us today.Operation wetback is a horrible idea of getting rid of mexicans, Mexicans are human beings trying to make a living for there family and do good by there kids. This event can separate family's and be a horrible experience . Donald Trump wants to keep this system going. Operation Wetback could be used less violently and more fairly but trump decides not to, This can have negative affects in our future. Harry Truman-was the 33rd president of the United States an american politician of the democratic party.1945-1953 Joseph Stalin- The leader of the Soviet Union from the mid 1920's -1953 he was basically the dictator of the state. "Operation Wetback" Donald Trump is planning on reviving Operation Wetback. Immigration today has increased and trump is planning to build a wall and remove immigrants "humanley done" Trump said in his interview that "force them because we give them a fortune, Mexico makes a fortune because of us. A wall is a tiny little peanut compared to that. I would do something very severe unless they contributed or gave us the money to build the wall." Enrique Pena Nieto responded in saying trump is ignorant and he will not pay him to hurt his people unfairly. "mexicans in the U.S. work with passion,they do their jobs well, Sanchez said. Since 2008 Our federal government still hasnt made an agreement on immigration today. 1950s background "Operation Wetback" Operation Wetback was launched in the response of the Bracero program.Which allowed millions of mexicans work in the U.S on short term labors. On August 4, 1942 the united states concluded a temporary agreement for the use of mexican agricultural labor. Another response would be "successful Unionization"in 1965 the National Farm Workers Association.Headed by Cesar Chavez dedicated his life to improving treatment,pay, and working conditions. This Association had a first against grape growers in California. Chavez battle with the grape growers improved and labor conditions would last for years. This changed the situation on immigration today by giving people the sense of power. Respond Sources CONCLUSION SIDE A Dwight D Eisenhower- The 34th president in 1953 until 1961 he was a five star general in the United States army during WW2. The 1950's story Mens fashion was more of the " fronz and grease" Women wore dresses , Men wore suits. But more specifally women liked to wear the snug fit but other girls liked it with no waste line known as "sack dresses" 1950 fashion flash back
Transcript: Barbies Toys Barbie had negative effects as well Barbies shaped the body image women that still exist today Some girls go on diets, become bulimic, and anaerexic because of this body image Sometimes it is even more extreme... Movies continued to be popular in the 1950s 12 Angry Men From Here to Eternity Ben-Hur Walt Disney Movies: Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, Sleeping Beauty and many more The 1950s was known as the "Golden Age of Television" I Love Lucy in 1951 The Twilight Zone in 1959 Entertainment Movies and TV shows Game Show Books Fast Food Toys Politics 0:00-3:35 Many books that were published in the 1950s are still popular today Narnia books by CS Lewis 1950 Charlotte's web by EB white 1952 Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury 1953 The Lord of the Rings by JRR Tolkien 1954 The Cat in the Hat by Dr. Suess 1957 Books Rivalry between the United States and the Soviet Union that went from 1947 – 1991 There was no large-scale fighting directly between the two sides Instead there were major regional wars, known as proxy wars, supported by the two sides Korean War Vietnam War The fast food business are still thriving today in America and around the world Most Americans eat fast food frequently becuase it allows them to lead a busy life without waisting time on food Politics Period: November 1, 1955 – April 30, 1975 between North Vietnam(USSR) against South Vietnam (United States) $200 billion was spent on the a Vietnam War by the U.S. the U.S. dropped 7,078,032 tons of bombs 3.5 times more bombs dropped by the U.S. in World War II 3 million people died Fast food became very popular in the 1950s due to the fact the women began working outside of the home Women wanting to work did not change the fact the men could not cook Fast foods provided women with time to be outside of the home without starving their family COLD WAR Barbies Fast Food Fast Food 1950s 1950s Vietnam War Many toys that we play with today were invented or became popular in the 1950s Hula-hoops Frisbee Checkers Barbies Valeria Lukyanova has been called a real life Barbie She changed her body to mimic a barbie Her measurements are 34-18-34 She's 5 ft 7in tall and only 93lb Girls should not be striving to look like barbie They need to be themselves Korean War Period: June 25, 1950 – July 27, 1953 United Nations force led by the United States of America fought for the South China and the Soviet Union fought for the North It was driven by the hatred that the two nations had toward each other President Harry Truman said, "If we let Korea down the Soviet[s] will keep right on going and swallow up one [place] after another." During the 1950s, there were some conflicts Cold War (1947 – 1991) The Cold War was the military build up between the USSR and the US Korean War (1950–1953) Vietnam War (1955-1975) Movies and TV shows First introduced in 1959 Based off a doll named lilli which was based off a german comic strip character Fore some Barbie sent a positive image Girls believed that they could have any job they wanted I Love Lucy Chocolate Scene Some fast foods that opened were... Dunkin' Donuts was founded in 1950 Jack in the Box was founded in 1951 Sonic Corp. was founded in 1953 Burger King was founded in 1954 Mcdonald’s franchise opened in 1955 Pizza Hut was founded in 1958 Barbies
Transcript: 6th Grade English 1950s Setting Project Gathering Research 1 Mrs. Stephens Online Resources Resource List Book Set Resources to use Library Online resources Resource list Library Resources to use... At Home Where do we record our research? 2 G.O. Record facts in your graphic organizer (don't forget to label your sources!) Works Cited Mrs. Stephens will help you create a works cited page. How will we present our information? 3 Get creative! Display information in a fun and interactive way! Prezi! How do I add more than text? 4 Click insert, and choose what you'd like to add! Insert Icons Images Text Animation Shape Arrow 5 6 Question time
Transcript: 1950 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 answer: 1952 1959 What year was the Community Building Built? a - 1950 b - 1952 c - 1954 President of Lamar Junior College 1955 - Allan Orlen Exploring the 1950s Lamar, Colorado & Lamar Junior College President of Lamar Junior College 1958 - 1966 - Homer Kelley President of Lamar Junior College 1950-1954 Charles B. Price Phi Theta Kappa established in 1957 President of Lamar Junior College 1956-1957 - Victor Charles 1957 What Program was developed in 1950? a - HTM b - Cosmo c - Nursing answer: Cosmo Program 1958 College facts Trivia L A M A R
Transcript: Group 7 Dawson Ferguson Marcus Wells Hannah Harrington Savannah Tyree Political Climate McCarthyism McCarthyism McCarthyism was a government based campaign against Communists in the US Government and other institutions. Red Scare Red Scare Caused by McCarthyism Red Channels Blacklisted celebrities Affected pop culture LGBT Rights Womens' Rights Black Rights Latino Rights Civil Rights Civil Rights Incredibly similar to Red Scare, except with LGBT people instead of Communists. People who were LGBT, or people who were suspected of being LGBT were fired from their jobs. In 2012, a State Department Sucurity Offical who worked from 1948-1962 said, "The people that I got rid of, they were f*ggots. I didn't give a hoot, get rid of them..." Lavender Scare Lavender Scare The U.S. Civil Rights movement during the 1950’s provided a model for women's rights movements at that time. In 1953 a historical analysis of women's second class status was published. This analysis forced the women's rights issue into public eye. Womens' Rights Womens' Rights "Seperate but Equal" Martin Luther King Junior Monitored by FBI in 1955 Bus boycotts Black Rights Black Rights "It shall be unlawful for a negro and white person to play together or in company with each other in any game of cards or dice, dominoes or checker." - Birmingham, Alabama, 1930 "Separate free schools shall be established for the education of children of African descent; and it shall be unlawful for any colored child to attend any white school, or any white child to attend a colored school." Missouri, 1929 Jim Crow Laws Jim Crow Laws The U.S. Immigration Service, in response to a surge in the number of undocumented workers crossing the U.S.-Mexican border, launches "Operation Wetback". More than 3.8 million Mexican nationals and some U.S. citizens are rounded up in California, Arizona and Texas, and deported to Mexico. Latino Rights Latino Rights Nearly a record high in the US Non-white people were hit harder than white people Native Americans earned $950 Black people earned $2000 White people earned $4000 Poverty Poverty Space exploration Science and Technology Science and Technology Common Fears: Duck and Cover Doomsday Clock Communism Fears of Society Fears of Society US short by Archer Productions Taught Americans what to do in case of an Atomic Bombing Duck and Cover Duck and Cover Likelihood of global catastrophe Midnight = Global catastrophe 2 Minutes away from midnight in 1953 Doomsday Clock Doomsday Clock Red Scare Communism Communism
Transcript: The Beat Movement & Literature of the 1950s By: Lily Corralco Generation Gap Generation Gap Characteristics of the Beat movement Characteristics of the Beat movement response response Examples of artist/writers Examples of artist/writers Some of the most famous authors of the Beat movement are Jack Kerouac, Alan Ginsberg, and William S. Burroughs.
Transcript: 1950's Movies Movies The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951) King Creole (1958) The Man from Planet X (1951) Playlist Long Tall Sally-Little Richard (1957) Blue Suede Shoes-Elvis Presley (1956) The Great Pretenders-The Platters (1959) Earth Angel-The Penguins (1954) Splish Splash-Bobby Darwin (1958) Not Fade Away-Buddy Holly (1957) Playlist Pictures White Artist Black Artist PICTURES Concessions Stands Concessions TV Shows Gunsmoke I love Lucy The Honey Mooners TV shows 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air convertible 1953 Chevorlet Corvette 1957 Nash Cosmopolitan Popular Cars Cars Panty Raids Telephone Booth Stuffing Drive-in Movies In panty raids, a group of college men would storm a woman's dormitory and demand panties from the coeds who would willingly oblige. For telephone booth stuffing, students would try to set the record for the number of people who could fit inside a public phone booth. Teenagers liked cruising with their wheels and also taking in movies. A drive-in movie was one way to do both. A lot of the guys took their girls to the drive-in not for the movie, but for smooching and making out. Fads Fads Women-Waist dresses Men-Casual (jeans, sports Jackets) Men-sometimes whore suits Clothing Clothing
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