Objects & Places from When and Where I Enter: The Impact of Black Women on Race and Sex in America

Paula Giddings
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The People's Grocery - This was the establishment owned by the man hung in Tennessee.

The World Columbian Exposition - This is the place that selected a few Blacks to make speeches in 1893.

THE CONSERVATOR - The was the name of the first Black newspaper in Chicago.

Howard University - This was an important Black educational establishment of the early 1900s.

The New Negro - This was the concept for the changing social attitudes of the Blacks of the early 1900s.

Daytona, Florida - This is where a Black activist started a girls' school.

Belzoni, Mississippi - This is where a Black man was lynched after being accused of whistling at a White woman.

NOW - This was formed in 1966 and sought a coalition with a number of prominent Black women of the era.

New York - This was the home of the first Black woman elected...

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