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May 30: The Ida B. Wells-Barnett House was listed as a National Historic Landmark, 1974
By Black365.com
Published May 30, 2021

Activist and writer Ida B. Wells-Barnett first became prominent in the 1890s because she brought international attention to the lynching of African Americans in the South. (file photo) 

May 30: The Ida B. Wells-Barnett House was listed as a National Historic Landmark, 1974

 

 

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