William Edward Burghardt Du Bois Was An African American Civil Rights Activist, Leader, Pan Africanist, Sociologist, Educator, Historian, Writer, Editor, Poet, And Scholar The Importance Of His Work To The Success Of The Civil Rights Movement Cannot Be Overestimated In The Course Of His Long, Turbulent Career, W E B Du Bois Attempted Virtually Every Possible Solution To The Problem Of Twentieth Century Racism Scholarship, Propaganda, Integration, National Self Determination, Human Rights, Cultural And Economic Separatism, Politics, International Communism, Expatriation, Third World Solidarity David Levering Lewis The Souls Of Black Folk Propelled Du Bois To The Forefront Of The Civil Rights Movement When It Was First Published This Hard Hitting Masterpiece Is Part Essays, Part Memoir, And Part Fiction More Than Any Other Book It Brought Home Just How Racist And Unjust America Could Be, And Demanded That African Americans Be Granted Access To Education And Equality.
In 1868, W.E.B Du Bois William Edward Burghardt Du Bois, pronounced doo boyz was born in Massachusetts He attended Fisk College in Nashville, then earned his BA in 1890 and his MS in 1891 from Harvard Du Bois studied at the University of Berlin, then earned his doctorate in history from Harvard in 1894 He taught economics and history at Atlanta University from 1897 1910 The Souls of Black
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- The Souls of Black Folk
- W.E.B. Du Bois
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