When and Where I Enter: The Impact of Black Women on Race and Sex in America Character Descriptions

Paula Giddings
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Mary McLeod Bethune - This person was a Black activist that started a girls' school in Florida.

Mary Church Terrell - This person was moved by the lynching of a man and was never happy regarding the role that their father wanted for them in society.

Thomas Moss - This person was hanged in Memphis, Tennessee.

Ida B. Wells - This person was a journalist who wrote about violence against Blacks in the 1800s.

Fannie Barrier Williams - This person was selected as one of the few Black speakers at the World Columbian Exposition of 1893.

Ferdinand Barnett - This person was an attorney and publisher of THE CONSERVATOR.

Charlotte Hawkins Brown - This person grew up in a family of nineteen.

Madam C.J. Walker - This person was an orphan who married at the age of fourteen.

Zora Neal Hurston - This person was a student...

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