"I have spoken, but my word is feeble in comparison," civil rights leader Frederick Douglass told Wells-Barnett in a letter. "You give us what you know and testify from actual knowledge. You have dealt with the facts with cool, painstaking fidelity, and left those naked and uncontradicted facts to speak for themselves."
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