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 to Congress.

Birmingham, Alabama

This was where four Black girls...

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