Ida B. Wells was a groundbreaking journalist and civil rights activist in the decades after the Civil War. She worked fiercely for the equal treatment of Black people in schools, in society, and at the voting booth. With her powerful voice, she spoke out against injustice wherever she saw it. This is her story.
Written by Anastasia Magloire Williams
Illustrated by Alleanna Harris
Dimensions: 6.2 x 8.6 inches
When you hear the words yak or badger or bat, do you think of animals?…