SOURCE: Washington Post
Scholars Sharon Harley and Jenifer Barclay discuss the obstacles of colorism that Nannie Helen Burroughs overcame to launch an influential school for young Black women and lead the civil rights struggles of the early twentieth century.
SOURCE: New York Times
Photographs of generations of Black suffragists offer invaluable documents about their thwarted and central roles in the history of women’s rights.
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