Literature 9/7/16 ENGL 2260 - 009
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Date Created: 09/08/16
“The Souls of Black Folk" DuBois - very important author for Black History leader of protest in intellectuality “The Souls of Black Folk” becomes one of his most famous works “Of Mr. Washington and Others” - at the time that this is written, Booker T. Washington was the highest black intellectual "Black Reconstruction in America” is another piece written by him that challenges the idea that blacks are responsible for the failure of reconstruction this forces conversations to change The Talented Ten - says that the most talented among Black people comes from around them, whether it be a craftsman or an intellectual, etc then the top 10% of them will be responsible to lead writes from later 1800s to 1960s Booker T. Washington Director of Tuskegee Institute Northern white philanthropist loved him designed the Atlanta Compromise The Atlanta Compromise between Washington, the President of the Tuskegee Institution, other African American leaders, and Southern white leaders Du Bois later opposes the deal Souther Blacks would: work diligently submit to white political rule Southern whites agreed that Blacks would receive basic education and due process in law Blacks would give up their push toward equality, integration, and justice Northern whites would fund Black educational charities if he opposes this it is weird because he too is Black
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