Washington Vs Dubois

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Two black activist W.E.B Dubois and Booker T. Washington had different perspectives about African American education to overcome economic and social problems such as lack of education, racism and unfair laws. Booker T. Washington opinion was for education for African Americans were for them to show themselves as productive in the society. W.E.B Dubois thought that black education should be primary and the black children should accept white supremacy. The challenges that blacks faced in the late 1800 's early 1900 '2 were blacks were enslaved in the south were they lost citizenship, voting rights and working in skilled jobs because they were looked at like a threat by the whites. The whites in the south punished slaves by whipping woman,
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