Crusade for Justice
by Ida B Wells
An intimate autobiography of Wells’ life as a teacher, journalist, mother and civil rights activist. She was one of the founders of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), and spent her life crusading for equality for women and African-Americans.
An Address Delivered at the African Masonic Hall in Boston, Feb 27, 1833
by Maria Stewart
This speech is a rousing call to courage from a female abolitionist who lived in the Antebellum era. Stewart is the first American woman to speak to an audience of both men and women, black and white.
Breach of Peace
by Eric Etheridge
The latest edition of this classic book provides a stunning glimpse into the faces of The Freedom Riders; the young men and women – black and white – who joined together to challenge the Mississippi state segregation laws.