African Americans went to Northern cities for better opportunities.
Ida B. Wells led a campaign against lynching.
Although segregation was illegal, it was still practiced. Northern cities went by custom not by laws.
If you had a black ancestors, you were considered black, regardless of your actual color.
No. In fact, the Plessy v. Ferguson decision did the opposite and increased segregation in the south.
Ida B. Wells
She proved the innocence of victims.
Booker T. Washington..
W.E.B. Du Bois
The leader Booker T. Washington turned the Tuskegee institute into a model school.
it hurt society for the children to not attend school.
Wherw is marcus garvey statue located
Marcus Garvey placed a special importance of African Americans taking pride in their African heritage.
the decision led to segregation in federal buildings
Ida B Wells was threatened by Southerners when she defended victims of lynchings.
Ida B. Wells was a tireless advocate for racial justice and equality. As a journalist, the reason she wrote articles was to inform the white audience about the injustices and bigotry black people faced, and also to inform the black audience of news stories that affected their lives; as an advocate, she also wanted to motivate black readers (and some white ones too) to get involved in changing a system that regularly mistreated racial minorities.
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A fire that cost many lives
all of the above. -apex