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1.)Ida B. Wells was born July 16, 1862 in Holly Springs, Mississippi, during the second year of the Civil War
2.)In 1883, Wells moved 40 miles north to Memphis at the urging of her aunt Fannie.
3.) Wells' career as a writer was sparked by an incident that occurred on May 4, 1884.
4.)In 1892, Ida B. Wells was again faced with tragedy in what became known as the "Lynching at the Curve."
5.)In 1894, Wells embarked on another speaking tour through England.
6.)In 1892 Wells spoke at a conference of black women's clubs,
7.)For two months Wells toured England, Scotland and Wales, giving speeches and meeting with leaders.
8.)In 1910 she formed the Negro Fellowship League.
9.)In 1928 Wells began her autobiography, stating that "the history of this entire period which reflected glory on the race should be known.
10.)Ida B. Wells died March 25, 1931.
1.) born July 16, 1862
2.)In 1913 Wells established the first black women's suffrage club
3.) In 1910 she formed the Negro Fellowship League.
4.) March 25, 1931 ida B. wells died
5.) In 1909 she became one of the founders of the NAACP.
Brave men do not gather by thousands to torture and murder a single individual, so gagged and bound he cannot make even feeble resistance or defense.
The people must know before they can act, and there is no educator to compare with the press.
Ida B. wells was a great person she was a big rebal agansit rsizam. she go sick of it and so she started rebleing. She was all for all colored people civil rights but they wernt getting it so she went and started the NFL the negro fellowship league.
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