Which of the following is true of black leader, Dr. W. E. B. Du Bois?
A. demanded complete equality for african americans
B. established an industrial school at tuskegee, alabama.
C. supported the goals of Booker T. washington
D. was an ex-slave who rose to fame
E. none of these
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Of the choices that you give here, the best is A.
Choice B is not true. It was not Du Bois who did this. Rather, it was Booker T. Washington who helped to establish such a school. That school was in line with Washington's idea that African Americans should learn trades and do a good job at relatively menial work. At that point, he felt, whites would acknowledge that blacks deserved rights. Du Bois did not agree with this so C is not correct.
Du Bois was born after slavery ended and was born in the North so D is not correct.
Unlike Washington, Du Bois did want full equality for African Americans and he did not want to have to wait a long time for it.
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