Booker T. Washington | Orator, Teacher, and Advisor Video

Booker T. Washington | Orator, Teacher, and Advisor Video
Booker T. Washington | Orator, Teacher, and Advisor Video
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Freed from the bonds of slavery by the Emancipation Proclamation, Booker T. Washington worked relentlessly to become a teacher, an accomplished orator, and an advisor to two Presidents. He was considered a hero in the late 1800s, although some opposed his philosophy that equality and respect must be patiently earned. Through two primary source activities and watching a short video, students will learn about Booker T. Washington’s commitment to African American education, and assess his ideas about how to achieve equality for African Americans in the years after the Civil War.

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