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Toronto, Ontario

Scottie + Harvey. 8 seasons 💪🏼. @iamgabrielmacht @suits_usa

Toronto, Ontario

good morning. learning lines via osmosis. #suits #scottie #season8 @suits_usa ✌🏼

Toronto, Ontario

toast.

on to the next adventure. #travel #running #repost @pinewoodforest

Wilmington, North Carolina

🚬. #reprisal #wrapped #mood #alimacgraw #stevemcqueen #repost @hilmarskagfield

“The way to right wrongs is to turn the light of truth upon them.” Ida B. Wells. important organization. important time. grateful to be a part. and thank you @people for supporting & @dvleap for having me! 📷 Stan Barouh #believewomen #believesurvivors #tipthescales

You're off to Great Places! Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting, so... get on your way! Dr. Seuss @nowness 📷 @alexandersattler #fall #palette #mood #ohtheplacesyoullgo

New York, New York

🍁. #october #sunday #autumninnewyork @ellafsanders

The NoMad Hotel, New York

🛏. @thenomadhotel #happyplace #saturdaymorning #yesplease

The NoMad Hotel, New York

Santa Fe inspired #vintage look last night for the @rubinmuseum gala. @danielmartin @rebekahforecast @annasheffield @huntingseasonnyc @ladyc913 #cardinali

Rubin Museum of Art

a lost future by matti braun. chitra ganesh. the second buddha: master of time. all at the @rubinmuseum #mustsee #art #hope #anxiety #thefuture

💃🏻. 📷 @sebkimstudio @vanityfair #tbt

Ida B. Wells, was an African-American journalist, abolitionist and feminist who led an anti-lynching crusade in the United States in the 1890s. Wells was born a slave in Holly Springs, Mississippi, in 1862. Wells first began protesting the treatment of black southerners when, on a train ride between Memphis and her job at a rural school, the conductor told her that she must move to the train’s smoking car. Wells refused, arguing that she had purchased a first-class ticket. The conductor and other passengers then tried to physically remove her from the train. Wells returned to Memphis, hired a lawyer, and sued the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Company. The court decided in her favor, awarding Wells $500. The railroad company appealed, and in 1887, the Supreme Court of Tennessee reversed the previous decision and ordered Wells to pay court fees. Using the pseudonym “Iola,” Wells began to write editorials in black newspapers that challenged Jim Crow laws in the South. She bought a share of a Memphis newspaper, theFree Speech and Headlight, and used it to further the cause of African American civil rights. After the lynching of three of her friends in 1892, Wells became one of the nation’s most vocal anti-lynching activists. Incensed by the murder, Wells launched an extensive investigation of lynching. In 1892, she published a pamphlet, “Southern Horrors,” which detailed her findings. Through her research she found that lynch victims had challenged white authority or had successfully competed with whites in business or politics. As a result of her outspokenness, a mob destroyed the offices of the Free Speech and threatened to kill Wells. She fled Memphis determined to continue her campaign to raise awareness of southern lynching. Wells-Barnett also worked to advance other political causes. She protested the exclusion of African Americans from the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago and three years later she helped launch the National Association of Colored Women (NACW). In 1909 Wells was a founding member of the NAACP. She also actively campaigned for women’s suffrage. Ida Wells-Barnett died in Chicago in 1931 at the age of 69. #wcw #herstory #timeless

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Washington, District of Columbia

🌿face. 📷by me. @stephanieschuster

🥊. 📷 @sebkimstudio @vanityfair

Washington, DC

see you Wednesday. ⚖️. #tipthescales #dvleap #newseum #believesurvivors

liberty and justice for all. 💕art by @rajovilla #novemberiscoming #vote #believewomen #believesurvivors

courage. art by @jonmarro #novemberiscoming #truth #vote #believesurvivors #believewomen

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