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1970's Group Project
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ABC, I Want You Back, Ill be There
From Gary, Indiana
1964 - 1989
Jackie, Marlon and Michael were the vocals
Tito played guitar
Jermaine played bass
Randy was keys
July 23rd, the Jackson 5 had their first audition with Motown Records
They split by Jermaine staying with Motown Records and the group moving onto CBS Records and lowly seperated from than on after Michaels big hit Thriller.
The Brady Bunch
An American Telivision Sitcom
Originally aired from September 26th, 1969 to March 8th, 1974 on ABC
Originally called Yours and Mine than changed to Yours, Mine and Ours.
Changed to Brady Bunch later on
40% of Americans
Saturday Night Fever
Punk Rock was born
Also, skateboarding was very popular along with running because so many people became obsessed with their weight and being slim was in. Disco Fashion
Skin tight satin
Button down shirts
Glitz and Glam!
a lot of chains
all over face (punk fashion)
showed off often Hair Styles
Feathered bangs in front
dyed and spiked in varieties of styles
a lot of gel and hairspray
long straight natural styles for hippies that were men and women was also commonly seen Hippies
Major drug use
"Peace and Love" motto
Most were homosexual
Gay rights protest
Bright Retro colors
illusion paintings on vehicles Toys
Etch a Sketch
Rubiks Cubes Other
Cars: Volkswagen Vans and the Dodge Charger
Slang: "right on", "groovy", "totally dude", "4 sho", "banging", and "like", and "with" were added into setences Bob Marley
Famous singer of the time
Most of his songs contribute to world peace Roy Halston
The first designer to relize the potential of liscensing himself
He also had the second biggest perfume of the time Donna Summer
Song writer an artist best known for string dancing hits.
She was also known as the "Queen of Disco" Hank Aaron
Hank Aaron hits his record-breakig 715th home rin on April 8, 1974, at Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium in the fourth inning of a game against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Bruce Springsteen
Broke through recognition in the fan of 1975
Critics hailed him as the savior of Rock & Roll Benny Parsons
#72 Kings Row
Won the 1973 Nascar Championship The Three Mile Island Nuclear Generating, led to the most serious commercial nuclear accident in US history.
The China Syndrome - Had been released three weeks earlier - one of the biggest movies of the year. Bicentennial Celebration
July 4, 1976 was celebrated by all Americans to join in renouncing their independce and equal rights which was declared two centuries ago.
Congressman Leo J. Ryan and four other members of his party were shot and killed as they attempted to board a plane at Port Kaituma airstrip and within the same 24 hours, 408 Amreican citizens had committed suicide at a communal village they had built in the jungle.
All of the dead were called The Peoples Temple and the community they built was known as Jonestown. Later on, it was discovered that 913 out of 1100 people died because of following Reverend Jim Jones. Iran Hostage Crisis
The overthrow of Muhammad Reza Shah Pahlevi caused steady deterioration for the U.S. - Iran relations.
52 out of the 90 people inside the embassy remained in captivity until the end of the crisis. Roe vs. Wade Case
It was decided in 1973 by the U.S. Supreme Court. The decision was based on two cases, that of an unmarried woman from Texas, where abortion was illegal unless the mother's life was at risk, and that of a poor, married mother of three from Georgia, where state law required permission for an abortion from a panel of doctors and hospital officials.
While establishing the right to an abortion, this decision gave states the right to intervene in the second and third trimesters of pregnancy to protect the woman and the “potential” life of the unborn child. Denounced by the National Council of Bishops, the decision gave rise to a vocal antiabortion movement that put pressure on the courts and created an anti-Roe litmus test for the judicial appointments of the Reagan and Bush administrations. More...
The NASA mariner9 became the first spacecraft to orbit another planet on November 14th, 1971.
There was a peaceful protest on April 24th,1971 against the Vietnam war in Washington D.C.