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To Keep the Waters Troubled: The Life of Ida B. Wells By Linda O. McMurry,

  • Title: To Keep the Waters Troubled: The Life of Ida B. Wells
  • Author: Linda O. McMurry
  • ISBN: 9780195088120
  • Page: 306
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In the generation that followed Frederick Douglass, no African American was prominent, or outspoken, than Ida B Wells Her crusade against lynching in the 1890s made her famous, or notorious, across America, and she was seriously considered as a rival to W.E.B Du Bois and Booker T Washington for race leadership This book is the first full biography of Wells,In the generation that followed Frederick Douglass, no African American was prominent, or outspoken, than Ida B Wells Her crusade against lynching in the 1890s made her famous, or notorious, across America, and she was seriously considered as a rival to W.E.B Du Bois and Booker T Washington for race leadership This book is the first full biography of Wells, a passionate crusader for black people and women and one who was sometimes torn by her conflicting loyalties to race and gender.
    To Keep the Waters Troubled The Life of Ida B Wells In the generation that followed Frederick Douglass no African American was prominent or outspoken than Ida B Wells Her crusade against lynching in the s made her famous or notorious across Am

    One thought on “To Keep the Waters Troubled: The Life of Ida B. Wells”

    1. A biography of Ida B Wells, and one of the most interesting books I read this term She started the anti lynching campaign in America, and was incredibly influential in the early equal rights movement I would definitely recommend this to everyone as it is not as scholarly as other books on this list, and is a quick read, too.

    2. Pretty good There are the common issues with this type of work, where in trying to be balanced and fair it feels like it is waffling, but the research is pretty good, context is usually set up well, and most of all I love Wells.

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