Posted on September 18, 2012 with 107 notes.
Tagged with Ida B Wells, Ida B Wells-Barnett, black women, black history, lynching, negro, black feminist, black feminism, .
      The more I studied the situation, the more I was convinced that the Southerner had never gotten over his resentment that the Negro was no longer his plaything, his servant, and his source of income.

— Ida B. Wells-BarnettĀ 

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