It is crucial to recognize that Du Bois Washington's idealism is echoed in the otherworldly salvation hoped for in "A Great Camp-Meeting in the Promised Land", for example; likewise the determined call for education in "Of the Training of Black Men" is matched by the strident words of "March On". It says that the blacks of the South need the right to vote, the right to a good education, and to be treated with equality and justice. Here, he also coined " double-consciousness ", which he defined as a "sense of always looking at one's self through the eyes of others, of measuring one's soul by the tape of a world that looks on in amused contempt and pity.
Are you sure you want to delete this answer? Yes Sorry, something has gone wrong. Washington focused on having education for real life jobs and not asking for equality from the whites. He just focused on getting help from the whites and accepting their place as blacks on earth.
Dubois focused on a strategy called the gradualist political strategy. The gradualist political strategy tells that Dubois was very focused on blacks being book smart to get any where in life. Back in the days when racism was a huge problem there were two main leaders that stepped into play to help control the issues.
Even though they were completely opposite both of them made huge changes in the segregation of the United States of America, their names will never be forgotten, Booker T. Washington and WEB Dubois. The first leader that came along was Booker T.
Washington wanted the good to show in all of black people. He believed that the blacks should work for themselves. Washington asked the white people for help not equality.
Washington believed that they would not make it any where in society if they focused on just equality. Washington wanted to have blacks trained for society and real life situations, he believed that was way more important than being book smart and not being able to use anything you learned outside.
He wanted job education for blacks so they could learn how to do their jobs and do it properly. Washington was known as being a great public speaker, but not only did Booker T. Washington focus on speaking to blacks he also spoke to whites as well.
When talking to the whites he focused on how blacks are stereotyped. When he spoke to the blacks though he talked to them about how they should not hide in the whites shadows, they should break out of the box and be who they want to be.
Washington all in all though focused on all blacks getting economic equality. He wanted the blacks to have intellectual advances in their race.
The smarter the blacks got, the more equal they were to the whites is what Dubois believed. Dubois asserted that economic security was not enough and blacks should become educated. Dubois mainly took Booker T. Washington just wanted the blacks to have opportunities without equally, Dubois wanted the full package.
He wanted blacks to have the opportunities as well as being equal to the whites. Back in the time the leader that was the most realistic was Booker T. Washington understood that blacks would never be equal to whites and instead of fighting with it he accepted it.
By understanding that the blacks would never be equal it prevented them from wasting anytime trying to become better individuals. Washington took the idea of never getting past racism and preached about it. Instead of preaching that one day the blacks would have equality and preaching wrong, Booker T.
Washington preached to them that being equal is not what it is all about. He did this so the blacks would not lose faith and eventually give their hopes up on being equal.
They ended up focusing on themselves and their brothers and dealt with the system. They accepted themselves as blacks into this nation. This is what happened exactly back in the day, so in a way Booker T. Washington was right, blacks would never be accepted thoroughly into the country.
Even though there are more rights now for blacks than there was back then there is still racism in this country. Most of the racism nowadays does not so much focus with blacks but mostly Indians and Mexicans that are now entering this country.At some point in their exploration of Brazil, the Portuguese encountered an animal they called bicho-preguiça (lazy animal or animal sloth).
(Portugese Wikipedia).The French called it Paresseux and the Spanish Perezosos or Pereza (lazy). The English called it a Sloth. Posted below is an external link to the essay, "Bringing W.E.B. Du Bois Home Again", written by Whitney Battle-Baptiste for Black Perspectives, which is the blog .
Led by W.E.B. Du Bois, that focused on equal rights and education of African American youth. Rejecting the gradualist approach of Booker T.
Washington, members kept alive a program of militant action and claimed for African Americans all the rights afforded to other Americans. Essential Question. Which of the two views presented below, W.E.B. Du Bois’ or Booker T. Washington’s, offered a better strategy to put our nation on a quicker path to equality for African Americans at the turn of the twentieth century?
May 06, · booker T. washington was better because he belived that we need education as well as a strong body W.E.B.
Dubois belived that in order to be equal there needs to be violince there fore i think attheheels.comgton is the better personStatus: Resolved. Watch video · W.E.B. Du Bois, Booker T. Washington and the Origins of the Civil Rights Movement Today on the birthday of pioneering civil rights activist W.E.B.
Du Bois, we take a look at his rivalry with Booker T. Washington and how both leaders and their clashing ideologies paved the way for the modern Civil Rights Movement in America.