Ida B. Wells

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Ida B. Wells
assemblage
Judith Mangiameli
NFS

Ida B. Wells was a civil rights and women's activist. She began her work for civil rights in 1884 when asked to give up her seat on a train to a white man. Later she battled to stop lynching, and in 1930 she became the first black woman to run for public office.
Assemblage materials include wood, paper, bones, metal, and clay.


Judith Mangiameli lives in Anaheim, California, USA

email Judith at   gis2 @ socal.rr.com (remove the spaces)


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