Ida B. Wells Marches for the Vote
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"A tribute to a tireless African American journalist and crusader for social justice." —Kirkus Reviews
"Johnson writes with the conviction of Ida B. Wells and her inherent beliefs about right and wrong.... Until her name is as familiar as Abraham Lincoln’s, we can’t have too many books about Wells." —School Library Journal
"An account of one woman’s courageous acts." —Publishers Weekly
A stunning picture book biography about the early life of Ida B. Wells, her incredible work as a suffragist, and her critical role in the Women's March of 1913.
Ida B. Wells grew up during a time when women did not have the right to vote. But Ida aspired for equality; she had learned from her parents to forge a life through hope and bravery, so she worked tirelessly to fight for an America that was fair to everyone regardless of race and gender. Her courageous activism made her one of the most influential civil rights leaders in American history. Here is Ida’s story with a specific spotlight on her fearless role in the Women’s March of 1913.
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