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Ida B. Well: A Lifetime of Activism


As a young woman growing up during Reconstruction, Ida B. Wells experienced Jim Crow segregation when she was barred from travel on a train in the whites-only section. It was not until she observed the growing practice of violence toward African Americans that she began her crusade to stop lynching. This video shows Wells grow from school teacher to journalist to founding member of the NAACP.


A co-production of Quest Productions, Videoline Productions, and Thirteen/WNET New York.


© 2002 Quest Productions, VideoLine Productions and Educational Broadcasting Corporation


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