Booker t. WashingtonBooker t. Washington
Rginia, where they lived in even more horrific conditions. Washington states in Up From Slavery there were no sanitary regulations, the filth about the cabins was often intolerable.” When he was 9, Booker T
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Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute in Alabama (now known as Tuskegee University), which grew immensely and focused on training African Americans in agricultural pursuits. A political adviser and writer
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Booker t. Washington vs. W. E. B. Duboisashington and DuBois Immediately following the Civil War, African Americans were faced with great discrimination and sufferingBooker t. Washington vs. W. E. B. Duboisashington and DuBois Immediately following the Civil War, African Americans were faced with great discrimination and suffering
Virginia and William Edward Burghardt DuBois of Massachusetts, held two very different proposals regarding the best way for African Americans to improve their situations
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The african-american struggle for civil rightsThe african-american struggle for civil rights
This theme can be broken down into basic components including, the issue of slavery, the Civil War, discrimination, and segregation. These factors all play an important role in what the African Americans dealt with throughout American
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Though the Carvers told him he was no longer a slave, he remained on their plantation until he was about 10 or 12 years old, when he left to acquire an education
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Lucy Terry, an enslaved person in 1746, becomes the earliest known black American poet when she writes about the last American Indian attack on her village of Deerfield, Massachusetts. Her poem, “Bar’s Fight” is not published until 1855
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