Ida B. Wells
Morehouse College is teaming up with the Ida B. Wells Society to increase the representation of reporters of color in investigative journalism.
The Ida B. Wells Society is combating the lack of diversity in newsrooms by hosting workshops for Black investigative journalists.
The family of Ida B. Wells-Barnett is continuing their fundraising efforts to commemorate her legacy through the creation of a monument.
When America thinks about some of its greatest newspapers, publications like the New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Wall Street Journal come to mind. But, The Chicago Defender should also be on that list. It was certainly one of the most influential papers of the 20th century.
Google Doodle features Chicago civil rights icon Ida B. Wells: http://t.co/SRXM8E618R pic.twitter.com/u4gWxW8N8K — Chicago Sun-Times (@Suntimes) July 16, 2015 Today, Google Doodle celebrates the 135th birthday of Ida B. Wells, the journalist, newspaper editor, and civil rights activist who refused to give up her seat on a train about 70 years before Rosa Parks. The daughter […]
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