By: Francesca Bitton

I’m not talking about the 1920s. I’m talking about 2020, and the years after that. No flapper girls, no champagne flutes (well, maybe), but people of all genders and races roaring to be heard.

The 1920s were unique and pivotal. Some women (i.e., white women) had just won the right to vote, attitudes about the roles of women began to change with more women taking traditionally male…