Booker T Dubois Analysis

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Booker T. Washington urged that African Americans should accept the fact that they didn’t have as many rights as whites. He was privately against Jim Crow Laws and racial violence, but believed there would be a time for no more racial discrimination. He believed there was a time for everything, and that that time shouldn’t be used fighting, but for improving African Americans economic skills to show that they deserved civil rights. Washington promoted the economic development of blacks. He believed in education in the crafts, industrial and farming skills and the cultivation of the virtues of patience, enterprise, and thrift. Du Bois explains how he believes Washington’s thoughts on accepting discrimination and elevating themselves through

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