Topic: Booker T Washington Beyond One-Size-Fits-All College Dreams

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Topic: Booker T Washington Beyond One-Size-Fits-All College Dreams


Part One: (5 pages minimum)
You should write your paper in an essay style. In reading his autobiography, how would you justify the legacy of Booker T. Washington as a leader of blacks in the years following the Civil War until his death? You should include Booker`s experiences as a slave child, his views on white slave masters and mistresses and his views on whites soon after the Civil War when slavery was abolished. You should discuss his desires and ambitions as a young man and how he achieved them. You should include his work to improve race relations between whites and blacks. In that context in addition to discussing his work and ideas in Tuskegee, you should discuss his significant speeches chief among them being the Atlanta Speech. You should write also about his views on what he considered to be the best ways for blacks to improve their lives in the years following the Civil War.
Part Two: (2 pages minimum)
Are Booker T. Washington’s ideas about education relevant for today? Discuss this in relationship to the article; “Beyond One-Size-Fits-All College Dreams”. You can read the article in the site I have provided below.


Booker T Washington
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Booker T Washington
He was born a slave in 1856 in Franklin County, Virginia. During his early life, he was more interested in learning and writing. However, this was not possible as he and his mother were still slaves. His desire to read and write can be seen from his early childhood. While still a slave he came across a classroom where children his age were reading books. He wanted to do the same but could not since he was a slave. This is an experience that shows his desire to have an education. 
It was not until the beginning of the civil war that they were freed and he decided to pursue his dream of education. Historians suggest that he got hold of a


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