Mia Bay

Photo of Mia BayPhoto | Schell Photography, Haliburton, OntarioMia Bay is the author of To Tell the Truth Freely: The Life of Ida B. Wells and The White Image in the Black Mind, and coauthor of Freedom on My Mind: A History of African Americans, with Documents. She is Roy F. and Jeannette P. Nichols Professor of American History at the University of Pennsylvania.

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Cover: Traveling Black: A Story of Race and ResistanceTraveling Black: A Story of Race and ResistanceBay, MiaHARDCOVER03/23/2021$35.00
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