Booker T. Washington

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United States educator who was born a slave but became educated and founded a college at Tuskegee in Alabama (1856-1915)

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In conclusion, finding the appropriate balance between the political and the historical Booker T.
The nation's most influential African American was, of course, Booker T.
In addition, the court ordered all persons to turn over all funds of Booker T.
is a reprint of Up From Slavery preceded by 20 interviews in which journalist Rebecca Carroll asked black academic, business and cultural leaders about the legacy of Booker T.
In this regard, his autobiography is a stunning addition to a powerful genre in American social thought, rooted in the great slave and neo-slave narratives and including the autobiographies of Frederick Douglas, Booker T.
After a fascinating account of his childhood in a cultured Louisville family, Baker turns to a probing examination of modernism, the South, Booker T.
Believing that the supposedly inherent opportunities of the open and unbroken Great Plains could help uplift African Americans as a whole, Micheaux also weaves into his pioneer narratives the principles of vocational industrial training championed by Booker T.
Chipotle Mexican Grill and Smitty INK Media Group today announce the 2003 Chipotle Concert for the Arts, the first live music festival designed to raise money and awareness for the campaign to rebuild Dallas' Booker T.
Gaston, the 1992 BLACK ENTERPRISE entrepreneur of the century, started the Booker T.
Chesnutt: Criticism and Race Fiction in Works the Age of Booker T.
His highly written journal, which might be compared in its belletristic style to the autobiographies of Benjamin Franklin, Frederick Douglass, or Booker T.
Attending her first National Negro Business League convention in Chicago in 1912, Walker brought letters of reference and prestigious introductions to the convention's founder, Booker T.
After the magazine was sold in 1903 and moved to New York, editorial control shifted to Booker T.