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US History Chap 7/8


Booker T Washington a prominent African American educator who believed that racism would end once blacks acquired useful labor skills and proved their economic value to society. He supported a patient approach to equality
WEB DuBois First Black PHD (doctorate) graduate from Harvard. Disagreed with Washington’s gradual approach to equality. Founded Niagara movement and believed blacks should seek liberal arts education so the African American community would have well-educated leaders
Jane Addams One of the most influential members of Social Gospel Movement which established Settlement Houses (Hull House 1889)
Boss Tweed Leader in NYC, Tammany Hall, defrauds city of millions of dollars. Public Outrage after cartoon brings it to attention
Created by: PLHShistory