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Courage Made Her Influential: Writer Ida B. Wells’ Potent Pen

“Our job was to go to school and learn all we could.” — Ida B. Wells

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Photo of Ida B. Wells-Barnett by Mary Garrity, circa 1893. Public domain.
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Ida B. Wells and family, 1909. Public domain.

“This is what opened my eyes to what lynching really was. An excuse to get rid of Negroes who were acquiring wealth and property.”

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