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Booker T. Washington Views given in the Atlanta Compromise Felt that Black People should work to gain economic security before equal rights. Be Patient Black People will earn equality.
Booker T. Washington Wanted programs for job training and vocational skills Ask whites to give job opportunities to Black people. B.T.W. was popular with white leaders in the North and South. Why?
Booker T. Washington Unpopular with many Black leaders B.T.W. went on to found the Urban League - jobs + training.
W.E.B. DuBois Views given in The Souls of Black Folks. Strongly opposed B.T.W.s acceptance of segregation and Jim Crow. Felt that White People caused problems by denying rights to Black people.
W.E.B. DuBois Felt talented Black students should get a good education. Felt it was wrong to expect a citizen to earn their rights. NAACP – Rights
African-American Leadership in the Early 1900s April 13, 2011 Objectives: 1. TSW compare and contrast the viewpoints of two early Civil Rights leaders.
opposing viewpoints on social justice
Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. DuBois: Two Paths to Ending Jim Crow
Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. Dubois
ECONOMIC MYSTERY WHY NOT LEAVE? Before the Civil War (pre-1861), African Americans had been slaves in the South for generations. They had to stay where.
Lamar Causey Joseph Hinton Brenda Williams. History occurs in time and space History is the interpreted record of the development of the institutionalized.
Race in the Early-1900s: Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. DuBois.
Progressives and Equality Aim: To what extent did the Progressives fight for equality? Did the “Atlantic Compromise” help or hinder African Americans in.
Progressive Movement Social Problems. Goals of the Progressive Movement A government controlled by the people Guaranteed economic opportunities through.
Key African Americans of the New South Period. Key African- Americans of the New South Pd. Alonzo Herndon Booker T. Washington W. E. B. Dubois John &
Washington-DuBois Debate ( )
Comprehension Check Number a piece of notebook paper 1-10.
Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. DuBois
Divergent Paths to Black Equality
Objective 7.03 Evaluate the effects of racial segregation on different regions and segments of the US society.
How does the history of racism in America develop?
African American Responses to the Post- Reconstruction Period 3.5: Evaluate the varied responses of African Americans to the restrictions imposed on.
Two Paths: W.E.B. DuBois & Booker T. Washington
Striving for Equality Topic 3.3. Voting Restrictions Concerns = too much political power for African Americans if they voteConcerns = too much political.
After the Civil War… In the years right after the Civil War, freedmen (former slaves) were able to vote and participate in government, thanks to the.
WHAT’S THE SPEED LIMIT? Task: Break into groups of five. Discuss and present 5 scenarios that favor the BTW approach and 5 scenarios that favor the WEB.
Born in 1856, in Virginia, as a slave Established the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama Believed that education was very important for African Americans.
The New South n The Economy n Race Relations n Jim Crow n The Black Response n Dubois, Washington, and Carver.
African Americans in the Progressive Era. Booker T. Washington & the Tuskegee Institute Born a slave in Virginia Named first director of Tuskegee Institute.
Civil Rights Advocates Late 1800’s – Early 1900’s.
African American Rights Progressive Era. Why is this so important?
Progressive Era Reform: African Americans. Obstacles South: poverty, poor education, discrimination, lack of voting power, lynch mobs, literacy tests.
8.3 Segregation and Discrimination. Discrimination in the South Techniques white leaders would use to keep African Americans from voting: – “Literacy”
REMEDIATION LESSON TOPIC: Du Bois, Washington, Garvey
Review U.S. foreign policy that it would send troops into Latin American countries in order to preserve order and maintain stability within the Western.
W.E.B. Du Bois. Segregation should be stopped now FULL political, civil, and social rights for African Americans.
Booker T. Washington & W.E.B. Du Bois. Booker T. Washington ( ) Born into slavery, to a slave mother and a white father. Educated at Hampton University.
Everything You Need To Know About Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. Du Bois To Succeed In APUSH APUSH Review: Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. DuBois
US 2 CHAPTER 17 THE PROGRESSIVE ERA ( ) SECTION 3 THE STRUGGLE AGAINST DISCRIMINATION.
Unit 6: Lesson 2 Social and Political Change
Mr. Wells Hickory Ridge High School. Booker T. Washington Son of a slave & white father Biography – Up From Slavery Hampton Institute – Virginia (1868)
Booker T vs W.E.B. African American Struggles Cultural Enclaves Restrictive Covenants Black Codes Jim Crow Laws Plessy v Ferguson Voting Restrictions.
Discrimination against African Americans History of Racism Racism existed in the US before slavery Led to slavery Grew after slavery ended.
Segregation in the South Race Relations in Post- Reconstruction America.
Race Relations s.
L11: Schism in Black Activism: Booker T. Washington v. W.E.B. Dubois (1890s to early 1900s) The Struggle for Equality Agenda Objective: 1.To understand.
Life for Many African-Americans From Why were African-Americans left out of the Progressive Era reforms?
African Americans, I. Segregation and Disfranchisement
6:5 ● Attempts to unify Whites and African Americans fail (in South) ● “poll tax”: charge $2 to vote ● Literacy tests ● Jim Crow Laws ● Laws passed in.
The Rise of Segregation As Populism declines, Segregation was legalized, denying Blacks the same rights as others.
Of what is this picture an example?. Jim Crow Laws Segregation.
The Rise of Segregation
The Progressive Era led to demands for equal rights by African Americans Quick Class Discussion: In what ways were blacks discriminated against? 80% of.
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