A Brief Biography of Booker T. Washinton

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From the end of slavery, to the end of the ninetieth century, it was clear to ever American that the emancipation and the reconstruction had not resolved the racial situation in the United States. In the early eighteenth century Booker Taliaferro Washington along with other powerful lenders, lead the way to helping the United States with the issue of racism which was so deeply embedded in the United States. Booker T. Washington lead the way by becoming one of the first African America educators but at a time in America in which it was not the norm and in some parts even legal for an African American to be educated if at all a educator. With becoming the first African American educator, Booker T. Washington help give a face to equality in America after slavery.
Washington in 1800 founded the Tuskegee institute for African American students, an institute open the door for young African Americans to earn a college degree in America; wherein at this time in early America, many young African Americans had to fight their way into primarily all white American colleges. Booker T. Washington helps open the door to education forever American,
Therefore Booker T. Washington became a antiracial leader, that help start several civil rights organization, such as the “ NAACP”, “National Association for The Advantest of Colored people”, “The National Black caucus”, and countless others. For these numerous reasons, Booker T Washington became know by many as a great American, that help change the American struggle of racism and is recognized by various Americans as a powerful American leader. Because booker T. has went down in American history as a great leader I am going to write an analytically outline of Booker T. Washington’s great works...

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...mpromise speech” Washington used every opportunity to speak out about race and the role of African Americans in America; he participated in the creation of, or management of, black organizations such as the National Negro Business League later renamed National Black Business association, and the African American Council, which Washington supporters took control of in 1902; and he solidified his contacts with white philanthropists, civil rights advocates, and politicians. His movements and position increased his influence within the Republican Party, and gave him a great deal of control over the distribution of funding from white philanthropists to versus African Americans, socially, economically, and education bases of higher learning.

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