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sarahc

  • one year ago

How did DuBois's beliefs about achieving equality, as reflected in this quotation, differ from those of Booker T. Washington? "Was there ever a nation on God's fair earth civilized from the bottom upward? Never; it is, ever was and ever will be from the top downward that culture filters. The Talented Tenth rises and pulls all that are worth the saving up to their vantage ground. This is the history of human progress."

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  1. sarahc
    • one year ago
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    DuBois believed that trade colleges such as the Tuskegee Institute would bring about equality; Washington believed that a liberal arts education would bring about equality. DuBois believed that education and vocational training would bring about equality; Washington believed that the work of the NAACP would bring about equality. DuBois believed that a liberal arts education would bring about equality; Washington believed that those trained by the Niagara Movement would bring about equality. DuBois believed that gifted African American leaders would bring about equality; Washington believed that education and vocational training would bring about equality.

  2. sarahc
    • one year ago
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    @jim_thompson5910 heya :)

  3. kelliegirl33
    • one year ago
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    I am doing this by process of elimination... #1 is not correct because Washington went to Tuskegee Institute # 2 is not correct because DuBois helped form the NAACP # 3 is not correct because DuBois was one of the founders of the Niagara Movement. That just leaves D as your answer.

  4. sarahc
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    my thoughts exactly, thanks

  5. kelliegirl33
    • one year ago
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    your welcome....glad to help :)

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