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Ida Wells Barnett


ida Wells Barnett

civil rights. Wells, (New York: Oxford University Press, 1998 John Hope Franklin and August Meier, Black Leaders of the Twentieth Century (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1982). She bought a share of a Memphis newspaper, the. Pioneering Contributions: Ida. Crusader for Justice: The Autobiography of Ida. She wrote for the Negro Press and had articles on racism and activism that were printed in black newspapers across the country. Incensed by the murder of her friends, Wells launched an extensive investigation of lynching. She was involved in expanding school access for black children, and worked with Jane Addams to oppose the establishment of segregated schools in Chicago.

Ida Wells Barnett
ida Wells Barnett

Ida Wells Barnett
ida Wells Barnett

Well be adding to this collection each week, as Overlooked becomes a regular feature in the obituaries section, and expanding our lens beyond for One For All? women. In 1892, she published a pamphlet, Southern Horrors, which detailed her findings. You can use this form to nominate candidates for future Overlooked obits. Significant Publications: Wells, Ida. University of Chicago Press.

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