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.
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.
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 at Howard University and became a famed novelist.
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