Historical Reenactment – Women In History: Ida B. Wells Barnett

Ida B. Wells Barnett was an African-American educator, investigative journalist, anti-lynching campaigner, founding member of the NAACP and civil rights crusader. She arguably became the most famous black woman in America, during a life that was centered on combating prejudice and violence. Women In History is a non-profit corporation dedicated to the education of all people through the dramatic re-creation of lives of the notable women in U.S. history.