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Instead, she focused on solving the practical problems of the poor and tried to avoid the assumption that she and other social workers knew what was best for poor immigrants. She established child care for working mothers, health clinics, job training, and other social programs. She was also active in the peace movement and was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1931 for her work on its behalf Hull House a settlement house in the United States that was co-founded in 1889 by Jane Addams and Ellen Gates Starr. Located in the Near West Side of Chicago, Illinois, Hull House (named for the home's first owner) opened its doors to recently arrived European immigrants. Susan B. Anthony along with Elizabeth Cady Stanton, demanded that the Fifteenth Amendment give women the right to vote. Founded the National Women's Suffrage Act to promote a women's suffrage amendment to the Constitution, but they considered gaining the right to vote as but one among many feminist causes to be promoted Booker T. Washington
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He founded a leading college for African Americans in Tuskegee, Alabama, and became the foremost black educator in America by 1890s. believed that the African American Community should establish an economic base for its advancement before striving for social equality. Encouraged them to agree to segregation in promise of some economic uplift was called an accommodationist - "accommodating whites and trying to build his own political machine" His critics charged that his philosophy sacrificed educational and civil rights for dubious social acceptance and economic opportunities Marcus Garvey He was the leading spokesman for Negro Nationalism, which exalted blackness, black cultural expression, and black exclusiveness. He called upon African Americans to liberate themselves from the surrounding white culture and create their own businesses, cultural centers, and newspapers. He was also the founder of the Universal Negro Improvement Association W.E.B Dubois He criticized Booker T Washington's views on civil rights as being accommodationist. He advocated "ceaseless agitation" for civil rights and the immediate end to segregation and an enforcement of laws to protect civil rights and equality. He promoted an education for African Americans that would nurture bold leaders who were willing to challenge discrimination in politics his efforts resulted in the NAACP Dollar Diplomacy Term used to describe the efforts of the US to further its foreign policy through use of economic power by guaranteeing loans to foreign countries The use of American investments to boost American political interests abroad. -Wilson supported/maintained this idea/term! -didn't really like it but it needed to be done Pancho Villa While the leader of one of the competing factions in the Mexican Civil War, he provoked the United States into intervening.

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