Legacy of Racism: The Tree and Land as Symbols of Love and Hate — BLARB

By Vanessa Fabien At the Association for the Study of African American Life and History Conference a few years ago, I spoke with Michelle Duster, Ida B. Wells-Barnett’s great-granddaughter. “What were Ida B. Wells’s thoughts on the environment?” Duster replied: “She was too busy protecting people from getting lynched to think about the environment.” Ida…

via Legacy of Racism: The Tree and Land as Symbols of Love and Hate — BLARB

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