Postcard - Ida B. Wells and Others Confront Systemic Racism 1913 | Syracuse Cultural Workers

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Postcard - Ida B. Wells and Others Confront Systemic Racism 1913

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Mixed media fiber quilt by Vanessa Johnson 2019

For decades the Women's Suffrage movement struggled with issues of racism and economic privilege. At the magnificent Woman Suffrage Procession on March 3, 1913, in Washington DC, Ida B. Wells and other African Americans refused to march in the back and were supported by white colleagues. This legacy of racism continues to limit the success of the feminist movement today.

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