W. E. B Dubois Research Paper

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Researcher and extremist W.E.B. Du Bois was conceived on February 23, 1868, in Awesome Barrington, Massachusetts. In 1895, he turned into the primary African American to procure a Ph.D. from Harvard College. Du Bois composed broadly and was the best known representative for African-American rights amid the principal half of the twentieth century. He helped to establish the National Relationship for the Headway of Minorities Individuals in 1909. Du Bois kicked the bucket in Ghana in 1963.

WEB Dubois

W.E.B DuBois, whose full name was William Edward Burghardt DuBois, was born in Great Barrington, Massachusetts on February 23, 1868. W.E.B DuBois was a lot of things. He was an American sociologist, a journalist, an educator,
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It was the first case study of a black community in the United States. In his study, he made the phrase “the talented tenth,” famous. The talented tenth was a phrase that meant that it was likely that one in ten black men would become leaders of their race. DuBois published an influential essay of the same name in September 1903. DuBois originally believed that social science could provide knowledge to solve the race problems. He came to the conclusion that the climate of virulent racism expressed in such evils lynching peonage and disfranchisement also in the Jim Crow …show more content…
Washington. Washington preached a philosophy of accommodation and urged blacks to accept discrimination for the time being and elevate themselves through hard work and economic gain. With this, he stated that Blacks would gain respect with the whites. Booker T. Washington’s “Atlanta Compromise” said that vocational education was more valuable to African Americans than getting a higher education or running for public office. DuBois thought that Washington should be fighting for equality for African Americans, as was given to them in the 14th amendment. DuBois charged that Washington’s strategy, rather than freeing the black man from oppression, would serve only to perpetuate it. Two years later in 1905 DuBois took the lead in founding the Niagara Movement which was dedicated chiefly to attacking the platform of Booker T Washington. DuBois attacked Washington 's acceptance of racial segregation, arguing that this only encouraged whites to deny African Americans the right to vote and to undermine black pride and progress. DuBois also criticized Washington 's Tuskegee approach as an attempt "to educate black boys and girls simply as servants and underlings." By World War I, DuBois had become a leading black figure in the United States. But he became disillusioned after the war when white Americans continued to deny black Americans equal

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