‘Fearless’ Ida B. Wells honored by new lynching museum for fighting racial terrorism

Washington Post Article by DeNeen L. Brown who writes about how Ida B. Wells sums up her feelings about injustice:  “I felt that one had better die fighting against injustice than to die like a dog or a rat in a trap. I had already determined to sell my life as dearly as possible if attacked. I felt if I could take one lyncher with me, this would even up the score a little bit.” Image credit: Mary GarrityRestored by Adam Cuerden [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons