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Daisy Bates (on left, p.51) (group 1) (Item)

Daisy Bates was chosen as an artifact because she was a woman that influenced African American woman positively both before and after the 1950's. She began her political activism with her husband, L.C. Bates, as they created the Arkansas State Press…

…in 1941, a newspaper covering weekly publications of civil rights issues, which grew to be the largest circulating black owned newspaper. Her political activism stretches from the newspaper, to her presidency of the NAACP, to being in the line of fire…


Maytag ad (Item)

The African American family is portrayed in so many different ways. As a group we tried to pull different examples of different ways that black families were portrayed. My specific example was a picture and an article about an African American family…

…The African American family is portrayed in so many different ways. As a group we tried to pull different examples of different ways that black families were portrayed. My specific example was a picture and an article about an African American…


Barbara Dane and the Chambers Brothers (Item)

They say that freedom is a constant struggle

They say that freedom is a constant struggle

They say that freedom is a constant struggle

Oh Lord, we've struggled so long

We must be free, we must be free

They say that freedom is a…

…to this song fully capture the tone of the Civil RIghts Era. The lyrics are sung in a painful and mellow tone, resembling the "Constant Struggle" that African Americans at the time, were experiencing. It had much meaning to the lives of many Black folk…


Ohio Association of Colored Women Photo (Item)

The Ohio Association of Colored Women was a chapter of the larger National Association of Colored Women first founded in 1896 and headed by Mary Church Terrell. The Ohio sect adopted the same objectives of the National Association. The main focus was…

…for the elderly. The NACW Ohio Chapter supported the right of black men and women to vote, and supported the women's suffrage movement two years before the General Federation of Women's Clubs. Women of the NACW helped mobilize voter registration. They also hosted…


Japanese Shiokumi Doll (Item)

From Collection: BPCL Edith Christine Hook & Chris Seidman Doll Collection
This Japanese doll was made by the Kyoto Doll Exchange in mid-twentieth century Japan. A type of costume doll, it depicts a young girl as a "shiokumi," a salt-scooper who carries seawater to makes salt. She is wearing a kimono and a headpiece, and…

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…and the mouth are hand painted. The mouth is closed, and the eyes do not open/close. The eyes are brown, made of glass, and embedded in the head. The hair is a black, synthetic wig that is sewn into the doll. The feet and hands are painted wood, and the thumb…


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