Artist/Copyright: Estelle Carol/ CWLU Herstory Project SCW@2010 www.syracuseculturalworkers.com/iwd
Syracuse Cultural Workers "Tools for Change" catalog is 40 pages of feminist, progressive, multicultural resources to help change the work and sustain activism. The Peace Calendar, Women Artists Dabebook, over 100 posters on social, cultural, and political themes, holiday cards for Solstice, Christmas, Chanukah, plus buttons, stickers, T-shirts, notecards, postcards, and books. Great fundraising products. Box 6367, Syracuse, NY 13217 800.949.5139; Fax 800.396.1449. 24-hour ordering. Visa/MC. email: email@example.com
Michelle Duster https://mldwrites.com
About IDA B THE QUEEN
Journalist. Suffragist. Antilynching crusader. In 1862, Ida B. Wells was born enslaved in Holly Springs, Mississippi. In 2020, she won a Pulitzer Prize. Ida B. Wells committed herself to the needs of those who did not have power. In the eyes of the FBI, this made her a “dangerous negro agitator.” In the annals of history, it makes her an icon. Ida B. the Queen tells the awe-inspiring story of an pioneering woman who was often overlooked and underestimated—a woman who refused to exit a train car meant for white passengers; a woman brought to light the horrors of lynching in America; a woman who cofounded the NAACP. Written by Wells’s great-granddaughter Michelle Duster, this “warm remembrance of a civil rights icon” (Kirkus Reviews) is a unique visual celebration of Wells’s life, and of the Black experience.
IDA B THE QUEEN on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/Ida-B-Queen-Extraordinary-Legacy/dp/1982129816/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=ida+b+the+queen&qid=1615052558&sr=8-1
IDA B THE QUEEN on independent bookstore website https://bookshop.org/books/ida-b-the-queen-the-extraordinary-life-and-legacy-of-ida-b-wells-9781797117737/9781982129811
Human Trafficking https://www.ht-colorado.org/
Women Supporting Women womenforwomen.org
Karen Malabre at Karen.firstname.lastname@example.org for membership in Zonta.
For those who were interested in a source for the t-shirt that emcee Annie Snead was wearing: Google “as strong as the woman next to me” t-shirt.