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Williams, Fannie Barrier (1855–1944)

Fannie Barrier Williams generated a distinctive voice as a controversial orator, activist, and writer who analyzed the lives of African Americans, African American women, and the nature of racism in America, especially in Chicago. This entry looks at her life and ...

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