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Ryann Orange 4.4.5 Practice: Washington and Du Bois Your Assignment1. Charts like this one are a great way to compare and contrast. Use this chart to list thestrategies of Booker T. Washington (that he did not share with Du Bois) on one side, thestrategies of W. E. B. Du Bois (that he did not share with Washington) on the other, and thestrategies they had in common in the middle. You may have to infer what they had incommon.Booker T. Washington'sStrategiesShared StrategiesW. E. B. Du Bois'sStrategiesHe urged AfricanAmericans to work hard inschool and to strive foreconomic success andcould help provide for theirfamilies.“Dignify and glorifycommon labor. It is at thebottom of life that we mustbegin, not at the top.”Washington thought themost ideal approach todefeat prejudice was forblacks to make financialprogress and cooperatewith whites.African Americans shouldadhere to professionaltraining and difficult workas opposed to speakingup.Needed to end isolation (inspite of the fact thatutilizing variousprocedures).Thought AfricanAmeircans ought toendeavor to haveoccupations like whitesdid.Needed African Americansto substantiate themselvesequivalent to whites/thatthey are equipped foraccomplishing the samethings they could.Concurred prejudice wasan issue in the South thatshould have been defeatedas a whole community."The Black men of Americahave a duty... to oppose[stand up against] a part ofthe work of their greatestleader [Booker T.Washington]."Du Bois wanted AfricanAmericans to get trainingthat was equivalent tothose of working-classwhites, as opposed tolearning abilities thatwould just let them workfor whites. With this

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