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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 W.E.B. Dubois DESCRIPTION Booker T. W. vs DESCRIPTION CHILDHOOD GOALS ACHIEVMENTS CHILDHOOD GOALS ACHIEVMENTS He was a former slave, but was freed after the Civil War. Before he was freed he had an interest in getting an education when he saw a school near the plantation. At the time, slaves weren't allowed to read or write. After the Civil War, he worked at a furnace factory with his step-father. His mother bought him an alphabet book with the little bit of money that she saved up. He later took a job as a house servant for Viola Ruffner. She saw his passion for learningand let him go to school for an hour in the winter. Later, he saved up money to enroll in aschool over 500 miles away. He wanted blacks to have economicalpower and that once they have that, they can gradually gain political power and social equality. After graduating from school, he opened a school called Tuskegee University. Itwas devoted to training teachers. Also, after the speech he gave in Atlanta about the gap that between blacks and whites, he became the most famous figure in America at the time. BORN was born on February 23, 1868 and died on August 27, 1963 He grew up a free man with littleearly struggle in his life. He attended white schools and was supported by his teachers. He later went to attended Frisk University in Nashville, Tennessee,where he later encountered Jim Crow Laws. This form of racism was new to him since he grew up in the north. Not even the racism in the South could stop him from getting and education though. He continued to graduate from Universities such as Harvard, Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität (now Humboldt-Universität), and recieved a degree from Humboldt decades later. He wanted full and forced equality between blacks and whites. He mostly argued on political power and believed that the talented 10th would rise to be the leaders of their race, but he didn't realize that not everyone grew up a free man like he did. They both wanted equality amongst blacks and whites but, maybe not the same paths to get there. BORN He was the first African American to receive a Ph.D. He was best known for being a leader of African American progression. He also co-founded the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in 1909) was born on April 5, 1856 he died on November 14,1915 He was a very hard working and determined man driven by his hunger for knowledge and excellence. He was a very smart man who tried to accomplish as many things as he could in life. He wanted equality for all rather than giving anything up for it.
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