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This work describes the journalism careers of four black women within the context of the period in which they lived and worked. Ida B. Wells-Barnett, Mary Church Terrell, Alice Dunbar-Nelson and Amy Jacques Garvey were among a group of approximately twenty black women journalists who wrote for newspapers, magazines and other media during the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century.
|Ch. 2||Ida B. Wells-Barnett: Militant Muckraker||25|
|Ch. 3||Mary Church Terrell: Captivating Crusader||55|
|Ch. 4||Alice Dunbar-Nelson: Writing During the Jim Crow Era||83|
|Ch. 5||Amy Jacques Garvey: Mouthpiece for a Movement||105|
Posted July 10, 2005
I used this book in class. Even though it could be hard to get through at times, it was a great reference for getting information on some of these women.
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