“Ida: A Sword Among Lions” by Paula Giddings is a biography that details the journalistic activism of Ida B. Wells. Covering the incredibly impactful life of Wells is a huge undertaking but Giddings delivers the goods.
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A profile of Amelia Boynton Robinson who traveled the Alabama countryside promoting educational info, founded an insurance company geared towards Black people, and participated in Black voter registration initiatives.
In this episode of the career interview series, we’ll be hearing from Joy Williams, a media entrepreneur who was born in Washington, DC and raised in Long Island, New York. Joy’s career has included positions at MTV, HBO, ESPN, and most recently two of her own companies.
A profile of Lugenia Burns Hope who worked on projects to assess and address the needs of Atlanta’s Black community.
The Center for Civil and Human Rights is located in Downtown Atlanta in Pemberton Place, the park complex that houses the Georgia Aquarium and World of Coca-Cola. Spread across three floors, the museum focuses on the Civil Rights Era, global human rights, and features special exhibits related to these topics.