American history

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In what ways do Washington and Du Bois differ in their understanding of what is required for blacks to enjoy genuine freedom? What are some of the social conditions that Wells argues gave rise to the Memphis lynchings? If the African Americans race is branded in such a way - as Well illuminated - to deem them as “moral monsters and despoilers of white womanhood and childhood,” can Washington’s ideal of inclusion within the systems of white supremacy come to fruition?

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W.E.B Du Bois and Booker T Washington had various differences on how the blacks had
to enjoy their freedom. Born and raised in the North and studied in Europe, Du Bois was
fascinated with the idea of Africans fighting for their freedom because the whites would not stop
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