Ida B. Wells crusader for human rights /
Ida B. Wells walked the long road from slavery to freedom and equality. Born 1862 in Holly Springs, Mississippi to parents who were former slaves, she rose to challenge and strongly condemned American lynching in the South. Her work as teacher, journalist and human rights activist brought worldwide...
|Published:||Venice, CA : TMW Media Group, 1993.|
|Series:||Black American Experience.
|Online Access:||Alexander Street Press, Black Studies in Video Available to UIC users only|
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