Booker T Washington and the Jim Crow Era

Between 1890 and 1915 the eradication of political, social and economic gains that black Americans had achieved after the Civil War in the Reconstruction era occurred across the southern states. The most famous black American figure, Booker T Washington sought accommodation with white American society and argued the black people should earn acceptance through education and hard work.

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