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Whereas Washington thought blacks could better themselves by learning useful trades, Du Bois said that they should fight for equal rights in every area—social, economic, and political. Du Bois also criticized Washington for ignoring what he called the “talented tenth” from which the leaders of the black community came. In 1909, Du Bois helped found the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). Its purpose was to seek civil and political equality for African Americans. For 25 years, Du Bois edited the organization’s official publication, Crisis.
Washington was born a slave in Virginia. He was seven years old when the Civil War ended. His family moved to West Virginia, where, as a youth, he worked in the salt furnaces and coal mines. He taught himself how to read and Review and Write 1. Why was Hampton Institute founded in 1868? 2. Washington feel African Americans could best help themselves? 3. What did the curriculum at Tuskegee Institute focus on? MP3476 American Black History 43 © Milliken Publishing Company W. E. B. Washington’s approach to solving the problems of black people, none was more vocal than W.
At the beginning of Reconstruction, a popular southern song went: I hate that Yankee nation, And all they say and do. I hate the Declaration Of Independence too. Given such animosity, it’s not surprising that hate organizations such as the Ku Klux Klan came into existence. During the first year of Reconstruction, 5,000 southern blacks were murdered. Some northerners who had gone to the former Confederacy to help freed slaves were also killed. Despite its record of violence and murder, the Ku Klux Klan did not start as a terrorist organization.