Essay about The Legacy Of George Washington Carver

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George Washington Carver, A botanist and a famous professor of the Tuskegee Institute, said, “Education is the key to unlock the golden door to freedom,”. Carver behind a legacy of works and studies about the famous American agricultural products - legumes, cotton and potatoes - and he emphasized this statement many times in his famous living life, just to ensure that we , his legacy , will always follow his advice and honor it until the end of our humanities .

Sadly, it’s not the case. Americans ourselves are reluctant to follow this advice . From the very beginning of the human civilization, we’ve been hiding the key to this golden door, the key to wealth, to happiness and success, even to live Battle between Tribes in the early human government, Slavery in the early times of Rome Era, Monarchy in Medieval times . Segregation in The Civil Wars. Male supremacy in the late 1900s and so on . Each decades passed, we, as a proud “civilized” community, tried to identify and label more groups of other minor ethnics and therefore, in our own privilege, can took away their freedom, took away their choices and finally, dehumanized them to a kind of wild, uneducated animal . What we claimed doing was terrible, but what we, still claim as a “high order” race, actually did was even far worse : we separated them from education, the process of acquiring particular knowledge, or simply built up the “Education-for-Privilege” belief , the system where only the privileged ones can study…

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