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Transcript: KAHOOT My presentation The 1950s Title Chrisss Millller, Julian Hacker, Corstian Riesselman, Tyler Karas, Edza Bushish Popular Fashion Styles of the 1950s Fashion Petticoats Petticoat Poodle Skirt Poodle Skirt Cardigan Cardigan Capri Pants Capri Pants Suits Suits Skinny Ties Skinny Ties Fedora Popularity was influenced by Frank Sinatra Fedora Music The 1950s is known as a very revolutionary time in music. Of course, with change, comes people that resist the change. The 1950s was the first real resurgence of Rock and Roll. For a while Rock and Roll was disliked by many as it promoted teen rebelliousness and other unfavorable traits. Music Genres Rock and Roll Pop Rhythm & Blues Country Jazz Famous Artists (& Songs) Subtopic 2 Elvis Presley (Jailhouse Rock) Fats Domino (My Girl Josephine) Chuck Berry (Let's Twist Again) Notice how all three of these men were known for being pioneers of the Rock and Roll genre. Topic 3 Values Culture Text Text Picture Picture Overview Entertainment Recreation Leisure Color TV Movies Comic Books Baseball Basketball Camping Music Disney Land opened up in July 1955 in Aneheim California Activities Comic books popular with teenagers and young adults due to their pro-American symbolism Movies very popular in teenage culture because of their portrayal of rebellion and similar beliefs Fads Coonskin cap Greased up hair Red Scare Juke boxes Hula hoop Drive-in movies Elvis Presley - popularized rock and roll and led the teenager movement of having their own cultures Popular Figures Bing Crosby - a leader in record sales, radio ratings, and motion picture grosses Marylin Monroe - female actress model and singer known for playing "blonde bombshell charcters" Topic 4 Inventions Technology Popular Foods of the 1950s Food Breakfast Eggo's first hit the market in 1953 and were a huge hit because they were a cheap and easy breakfast that can be made in minutes. Peanut Butter Jif Peanut Butter was invented in 1958 and was very useful as a spread on toast and bagels and served as a great source of protein. Dunkin Donuts emerged in the 50s as well as some other restaurants like Denny's. These restaurants gained popularity due to the good food and quick coffee. Dunkin Donuts Frosted Flakes were invented in 1952. This cereal paved the way for quick and easy sugar filled breakfast cereals which quickly gained popularity because they're cheap and easy. Frosted Flakes Lunch More fast food restaurants began to emerge in the 50s. One go to place was KFC because they found a way to speed up the cooking process with a pressure cooker. Deviled Eggs Deviled Eggs were a pretty common side during lunch time because of their cool temperature and soft texture. Instant Noodles were invented in 1958 and became popular cause they are easy and inexpensive. Instant Noodles Dinner TV Dinners gained instant popularity after being invented in 1954. They were popular because you could microwave them in an instant and they are relatively cheap. One Dish Meals One dish meals were popular amongst families because they could feed everyone and were an easy way to change up the dinner. Sandwiches All sandwiches ranging from Sloppy Joes to Turkey sandwiches were popular in the 50s because they were new and easy . Baked Alaska is sponge cake and ice cream encased in some sort of creamy whip was popular due it its colors and looks Desserts Shakes/Ice Cream Milkshakes weren't extremely popular but they weren't on heard of when looking for an easy and tasty dessert. Snacks Peanut M&Ms were invented in 1954 and were a popular treat amongst kids. Cheese Wiz Cheese Wiz was a processed artificial cheesed invented in 1953 that was a popular snack usually used as a spread of crackers or eaten straight from the can. Pepperidge Farm Cookies were invented back in 1953 and are still a go to favorite snack for many people today Pepperidge Farm Cookies

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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

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Transcript: CREATIVITY Presented by PERSON for COMPANY The U.S in the 1950s The U.S in the 1950s The Cold War The Cold War started on 1945 to 1991. The war was based on politics, military tension, and economic competion with the soviet union. Military forces expressed the conflict through military coatliations, convectional force deployments, and etc on April 16,1947. The Cold War PICTURES PICTURES Korean War The Korean War started on June 25, 1950 to July 27,1953. North and South Korea competed to control the korean peninsula, due to division of Korea by outside powers. On September 15, a General called Douglas MacArthur and conducted a landing at a city called Inchon and days later north korea's army collasped, and retook South Korea's capitial back. MacArhur planned a invasion on China, But it was against the wishes of president Harry St, others wanted limited war. General Douglas got dismissed and got replaced by a man called Matthew Ridgeway, and the war became bloody for 1 and a half years. The armistice agreed on the United Nations Command, North Korean army, and Chinese people volunteered army on July 27.1953. The war left 33,742 dead, 92,134 wounded, and 80,000 missing for American soldiers. Korean War Picture Picture A war started for control of the Suez Canal. A nationalization that was unexpected in the Suez Canal in 1956 by a man called Gamal Abdel Nasser. The United Kingdom, France, and Israel invaded to take control of the Canal. The canal was blocked for years because the U.S warned without the military being present. The U.S then became more involved in mid-eastern politics. Suez Crisis Suez Crisis Cuban Revolution Cuban Revolution Forces in 1959 the created the first communist government. Cuban Missle Crisis led to confrontation U.S, Cuba, and the Soviet Union Captialism and Consumerism Captialism and Consumerism In the 1950s there was an expansion of the middle class. Politics were moderate and extremist positions weren't favorites to the people Consumerism became a big part of Western Society. The trend was influenced by American culture and economic aspects like advertising and etc.

1950s Presentation

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

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