SOURCE: Washington Post
by Sarah L. Silkey
President Trump continues the long history of trying to delegitimize black women journalists.
SOURCE: Equal Justice Initiative
Ida B. Wells's pioneering role as a journalist on the front lines of struggle against racist terrorism at the nadir of American race relations was posthumously recognized with a Pulitzer Prize yesterday.
by Andrew Fletcher
Highlights from the exhibit on women's suffrage at the Library of Congress.
SOURCE: The North Star
by Michelle Duster
Ida B. Wells was a pioneer of data journalism who worked relentlessly to shed light on the brutalities of lynching.
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