Womens Magazine, for August 18, 2014 - 1:00pm
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Author and historian Paula Giddings talks about the life and work of Ida B. Wells. Wells, a feminist and journalist, started the nation's largest anti-lynching campaign in 1893.
Filmmaker Dyanna Taylor discusses her new film about her grandmother, photographer Dorothea Lange. Grab a Hunk of Lightning documents Lange's preparation for a one-woman show at the New York Museum of Modern Art. Lange, who helped the nation see poverty, is one of the best-known photographers of her generation.