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When and Where I Enter: The Impact of Black Women on Race and Sex in America Setting & Symbolism

Paula Giddings
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Objects/Places

The People's Grocery

The store owned by Thomas Moss, Calvin McDowell and Henry Stewart in Memphis, Tennessee, prior to Moss's murder in 1982.

The World Columbian Exposition

Where Fannie Barrier Williams speaks out about the abuse of Black women and the need for White women to stand against the ongoing crimes.

THE CONSERVATOR

The newspaper owned by Ferdinand Barnett and the first Black newspaper in Chicago.

Howard University

An important Black university of the early 1900s.

The New Negro

A concept for the changing social attitudes of the Blacks of the early 1900s.

Daytona, Florida

Where Bethune begins a school for Black girls with a starting investment of one dollar and fifty cents.

Belzoni, Mississippi

Where Emmet Till is lynched after being accused of whistling at a White woman.

NOW

The National Organization for Women, which is formed in 1966 and seeks a coalition with a number of prominent Black...

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