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Ida B. Wells was a prominent journalist who exposed racial violence in the South. In 1913, she led a trip to Washington, D.C. to march in the national suffrage parade.
Alice Paul joined the 'suffragettes' while studying in London to demand the right to vote.
"She would not be moved."
On June 22, 1938, 70,000 fans crammed into Yankee Stadium to watch what some have called "the most important sporting event in history" — the rematch between African American heavyweight Joe Louis and his German opponent Max Schmeling.
A veteran of the suffrage wars, Harriot Stanton Blatch organized labor activists, spoke to crowds of voting men and lobbied Albany for a suffrage bill.
The writer travels to a Florida lumber camp in search of “that which the soul lives by.”
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