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Black Studies Week 4 Notes

Black Studies Week 4 Notes - Kate Helvestine Week 4 Reading...

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Kate Helvestine Week 4 Reading Notes Robinson pgs. 105-114 Chapter 5: The Nadir and Its Aftermath The Antilynching Movement -Most lynching between 1892-1902, most lynching occurring in Mississippi, Georgia, and Texas -the lynching recorded did not include various forms of terrorism (rape, beating, torture, etc) -lynching was publicized in newspapers, making Blacks terrified -sometimes lynching was resisted by armed Blacks but more frequently Black resistance brought greater violence to the communities -1895 Booker T. Washington claimed national leadership of southern Blacks -organized protest was stil being spawned -most influential antilynching propagandist – Ida B. Wells -in beginning, only published in Black newspapers -since white newspapers ignored her voice, she moved to England -inspired the formation of antilynching societies -wanted to bring the rule of law and economic rights for Blacks and women -100 yrs later, urban Black women societies were formed -NAACP would recruit leaders from liberal Black and white middle class
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