Human beings pay tribute to what they believe one possesses in the
way of qualities of mind and heart, rather than to the color of the skin
(Black Collegian Online).
Ida B. Wells-Barnett
April 13, 2010
Ida B. Wells-Barnett was born as
Chapter One Summary
Chapter one described the role that black fathers may or may not
have in societies and how they are generally stereotyped into one
category called deadbeat dads. However, what the authors are trying to
do is break t
The Role of the African-American Teacher:
Why its Essential in the School System
by Dr. Gilbert Brown
Like most in her field, Sandra DeLaney didnt become a teacher
because of the pay
Biography Outline: Ida B. Wells-Barnett
A. Younger years- Born in 1862 and orphaned at age 16
(parents and some siblings died of yellow fever). She became a
teacher for $25 a month, but had to lie that she was 18 years old
to get the j
Chapter 13 I Had Never Heard That Voice Before
1. Administrators at Albany State College did nothing when white men routinely
harassed and humiliated female students.
2. Charles Sherrod was the architect of S
Chapter 12 The Cobwebs Are Moving From My Brain
1. Dorchester, Georgia was the center of the citizenship schools under the leadership
of Septima Clark.
2. Using practical materials like Sears order forms, dr
Chapter 11 We Are Not Going to Take This Anymore
1. In addition to being terrorized, blacks in Mississippi had been disenfranchised
since Reconstruction by .
2. In 1961, SNCC activists joined forces with Bob
Chapter 10 She Never Listened to a Word
1. The Freedom Rides were conceived by the director of CORE, James Farmer.
2. When the first Freedom Riders arrived in Anniston, Alabama, they met a mob of