Black Foremothers: Three Lives, Second Edition (Women'S Lives/Women'S Work)

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  • Publish Date: 1993-01-01
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Author: Dorothy Sterling

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Three heroic women whose stories, in the words of Margaret Walker, every woman, man, and child should know : Ellen Craft, the daring runaway Georgia slave who used her freedom to serve the cause of abolition; Ida B. Wells, the firebrand journalist whose crusade against lynching awakened the consciousness of a nation; and Mary Church Terrell, a gifted and untiring leader in the movement for suffrage, civil rights, and world peace. Through painstaking research, Sterling not only produces a fascinating account of three outstanding leaders; she also documents the role hitherto faceless, nameless millions of African American women have played in shaping our culture and history. Reflecting and connecting the historical struggle of the years 1826 through 1954, Black Foremothers will captivate and inspire readers, young and old.

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