anonymous
  • anonymous
What was Booker T. Washington’s approach to discrimination? a)Washington believed that African Americans should protest segregation until they achieved equality. b) Washington believed that African Americans should accept segregation until they had acquired farming and vocational skills c) Washington believed that African Americans should speak out against prejudice and use violence, if necessary, to attain their rights. d) Washington believed that African Americans should leave America to establish free colonies in Liberia.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
What do you think? And do you need Spanish help?
nincompoop
  • nincompoop
I am not sure. I barely know anything. I thought he spoke in favor of avoiding confrontation against whites, but also secretly funded cases against southern laws that disfranchised blacks.

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