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Ida B. Wells
Mural of Ida B. Wells, who was born under slavery in 1862 and went on to become a “crusader for justice, and a defender of democracy.” As journalist and early civil rights activist, she documented lynching in the United States, organized a movement to abolish the practice and establish racial equality. Wells was also an early feminist and active in the women’s suffrage movement. (First Street Garden, The Lower East Side Girls Club presents "Women Who Change the World” murals)
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Ida B. Wells

Mural of Ida B. Wells, who was born under slavery in 1862 and went on to become a “crusader for justice, and a defender of democracy.” As journalist and early civil rights activist, she documented lynching in the United States, organized a movement to abolish the practice and establish racial equality. Wells was also an early feminist and active in the women’s suffrage movement. (First Street Garden, The Lower East Side Girls Club presents "Women Who Change the World” murals)

More photos of Street Art.

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