Du Bois Verses Booker T Washington

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American History

 

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Robert S

 

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March 31, 2016

 

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University

 

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Du Bois, in comparison to Washington, had never known slavery. The demands from these leaders included economic equality and educational opportunity for blacks, desegregation, and the prohibition of discrimination in courts , public facilities, and trade unions. A chief spokesman for education, power broker, and institution builder of his time, Washington founded Tuskegee Institute...
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Through his experiences with poor blacks and encounters with racial hatred, Du Bois began to develop his racial consciousness and the desire to help improve the conditions of his race. ” Du Bois also challenged Washington’s leadership through the Niagara Movement. Du Bois also criticized Washington’s emphasis on the importance of industrial education for blacks...
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