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The 1980’s
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  • 1. Dia Carrasco<br />The 1980’s<br />
  • 2. Eruption of Mt. St. Helens<br />Erupted May 18, 1980<br />Earthquake registered 5.1 on the Richter’s scale<br />230 square miles of forest was blown down by the eruption <br />Cities around Mt. St. Helens were wiped out and filled with dust<br />In 1982 the president made a monument for the mountain<br />
  • 3. U.S. Hockey Teams beat Russia in the Olympic Games<br /><ul><li>United States men’s hockey team defeats Russia in semifinal men’s hockey game
  • 4. Russia were favored to win by a landslide
  • 5. Team was made up of primary all college aged players</li></li></ul><li>Death of John Lennon<br /><ul><li>John Lennon was the lead singer of the Beatle
  • 6. He was shot on Monday, December 8, 1980
  • 7. Mark David Chapman shot him outside his house in NY</li></li></ul><li>Sandra Day O’Connor<br />First female supreme court justice<br />Appointed by Reagan<br />Showed a very conservative side<br />
  • 8. MTV<br />MTV makes it debut as the first ever<br />Music television state<br />First music video “ video killed the radio star”<br />Video DJ’s were “ on air” hosts<br />
  • 9. Assassination Attempt of Reagan<br /><ul><li>occurred March 30, 1981</li></ul>69 days into Reagan’s presidency<br /><ul><li>He suffered a punctured lung
  • 10. John Kinckley Jr. tried to kill him</li></li></ul><li>Iran-Contra Affair<br /><ul><li>66 Americans held hostage in Iran for 444 days
  • 11. From Nov.4, 1979 to January 20, 1981</li></ul>American embassy was stormed by Islamic militants <br /><ul><li>It was in response to the Iranian revolution</li></li></ul><li>“ Thriller”<br />14 minute music video<br />Released by Micheal Jackson <br />December 2,1983<br />Most influential pop music video of all time<br />
  • 12. liposuction<br /><ul><li>Started in the 1985
  • 13. Removes unwanted “fat” in all body areas, including the face, neck, chin, breast, back, arms, abdomen, hips, flanks (love handles), inner and outer thighs, buttocks, knees and ankles.
  • 14. Dr. Jeffrey Lein, a dermatologist, pioneers tumescent liposuction</li></li></ul><li>Cocaine<br />Cocaine became the lifestyle drug of the 1980’s<br />Became popular in 2 stages <br />First the drug was only considered a fun “ recreational” drug<br />The second stage was considered the epidemic with 22 million people abused cocaine <br />
  • 15. Len bias<br />Died from cocaine in June 19, 1986 at age 22<br />He died in Riverdale, Maryland<br />Len was the first team All-American college basketball player<br />He was selected by the Boston Celtics <br />He was the second overall pick in the 1986 NBA Draft<br />
  • 16. South Korean Flight 007<br /><ul><li>September 1, 1983</li></ul>Air liner from Korea bound for Alaska wrongly navigated in USSR Airspace<br /><ul><li>Shot down by Soviet Jets
  • 17. U.S. congressman Lawrence McDonall Aboard</li></li></ul><li>Beirut terrorist attack<br /><ul><li>October 23, 1983 </li></ul>Terrorist suicide bombers attacked the united states Beirut complex<br /><ul><li>Killed 299 American and French service men</li></li></ul><li>The Challenger disaster<br />January 28, 1986<br />Cold and Windy day at Cape Canaveral air force Base in Florida<br />Challenger was launched at 11:38 am<br />School teacher Christie McAuliffe was on board<br />At 11:40 am, the challenger had its first problem<br />The shuttle exploded on live TV shortly after<br />Cause of explosion was a flaw in rockets booster system<br />
  • 18. Sally Ride<br />Sally joined the team responsible for investigating the challenger tragedy <br />In 1987, Sally left NASA to go back to Stanford University<br />She is now currently the director of the California Space Institute<br />
  • 19. CD’s<br /><ul><li> In 1980, Russell&apos;s company, Battelle, first approved his system
  • 20. In 1985, major electronics developed civil rights and began a big production
  • 21. Some include Phillips, Sony, ect.</li></li></ul><li>Nintendo<br /><ul><li>It was first launched in Asia, including Japan July 15, 1983
  • 22. The third generation was made on October 18, 1985
  • 23. Donkey Kong, Donkey Kong Jr. and Popeye the first game made for Nintendo to play
  • 24. In June 1985, Nintendo unveiled its American version</li></li></ul><li>Vanessa Williams<br />Was announced Miss America in 1984<br />She was from Atlantic City but represented New York<br />She won the swimsuit and talent competition<br />She had talents as a singer, dancer and actress<br />She is said to be known for her perseverance and determination<br />
  • 25. Supermodel GIA<br /><ul><li>Gia Marie Carangi was born in January 29, 1960
  • 26. She died November 18, 1986
  • 27. She was in Vogue Paris, April 1979; American Vogue, August 1980; and Vogue Paris, August 1980; Italian Vogue
  • 28. Her career declined after she became addicted to heroin
  • 29. Gia was diagnosed with HIV and died at the age of 26</li></li></ul><li>Olympics in Los Angeles<br />The Olympics<br />The Olympics took place in the summer of 1984 in Los Angeles<br />The Soviet Union, East Germany, Cuba and 14 other countries boycotted the games<br />6,000 athletes participated, representing 140 countries<br />The 1984 Olympics were the first to revolve an income of $225 million since the 1932 Olympics. <br />
  • 30. We Are the World<br />The singers..<br /><ul><li>Dan Aykroyd
  • 31. Harry Belafonte
  • 32. Lindsey Buckingham
  • 33. Kim Carnes
  • 34. Ray Charles
  • 35. Bob Dylan
  • 36. Sheila E.
  • 37. Bob Geldof
  • 38. Hall and Oates
  • 39. James Ingram
  • 40. Jackie Jackson
  • 41. LaToya Jackson
  • 42. Marlon Jackson
  • 43. Michael Jackson
  • 44. Randy Jackson
  • 45. Tito Jackson
  • 46. Al Jarreau</li></ul> ..And more<br />“ We Are the World” was a benefit concert to raise money for Africa by black musicians<br />Quincy Jones was the producer, and Michael Jackson and Lionel Ritchie were the song writers<br />They started recording on the same night of the American Music Awards, January 28, 1985<br />800,000 copies came to store on Tuesday, March 7, 1985<br />They were sold out by the first weekend<br />
  • 47. AIDS<br />Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS)<br />The first case of AIDS were reported in the United States on June 1981<br />Females were barely affected by HIV/AIDS in 1985<br />It was said to be the “gay disease”<br />14,000 diagnoses occurred daily in the 80’s<br />Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)<br />
  • 48. “ Baby Jessica”<br /><ul><li>Jessica McClure Morales “Baby Jessica” was born on March 26, 1986
  • 49. At 18 months old, she fell into a water well in Midland, Texas on October 14, 1987
  • 50. Between that time, rescuers worked 58 hours to get her out
  • 51. She fell 22ft below ground
  • 52. Became a movie
  • 53. It was a breaking news story everywhere</li></li></ul><li>Michael Dukakis<br /><ul><li>Michael was the Democratic Party Nominee for President of the United States 1988
  • 54. He attended Harvard University</li></li></ul><li>Soviets leave Afghanistan <br /><ul><li> The soviets left Afghanistan on February 15, 1989
  • 55. The Democratic Party of Afghanistan got rid of the dominion
  • 56. Muhammad Taraki became president
  • 57. On April 1988, the Soviet Union signed the Geneva Accords with the U.S.A.</li></li></ul><li>Fashion of the Times<br />“sun-kissed” hair<br />Popped collars<br />Jumpsuits<br />Stirrup pants<br />Paint splatter fashion<br />Leg warmers<br />Members only jackets<br />Shoulder pads<br />
  • 58. Famous movies of the time<br />Batman (1989)<br />The Goonies (1985)<br />Ghostbusters (1986)<br />Pretty in Pink (1986)<br />Purple Rain (1984)<br />

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