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“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.

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A profile of Lugenia Burns Hope who worked on projects to assess and address the needs of Atlanta’s Black community.

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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.

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