Booker T Washington-Quiz

Booker T Washington,this is an interesting, interactive online quiz about Booker T Washington. In this quiz children,school kids, students, teachers and seniors will learn about his achievements and as well as his political career.Booker T. Washington (1856-1915), American educator, who urged blacks to attempt to uplift themselves through educational attainments and economic advancement. On September 18, 1895, in Atlanta, Georgia, Washington made his famous compromise speech. In this address he urged blacks to accept their inferior social position for the present and to strive to raise themselves through vocational training and economic self-reliance.Read more below >>>


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Many whites, pleased by his views, and many blacks, awed by his prestige, accepted Washington as the chief spokesperson of the American black. More militant blacks, such as the American writer and sociologist W. E. B. Du Bois, objected to such quiescent tactics, however, and strongly opposed Washington. Washington founded several organizations, including the National Negro Business League, to further black advancement. He died on November 14, 1915, at Tuskegee. Among his books are The Future of the American Negro (1899), the autobiography Up from Slavery (1901), Life of Frederick Douglass (1907), The Story of the Negro (1909), and My Larger Education (1911). The site of the plantation where Washington was born is now a national monument.This quiz is a Multiple choice question quiz with which kids can have fun while reviewing some skills in social studies. Have fun and learn with this Booker T Washington quiz for kids. This exercise is relevant for children, school kids in the 4th grade,5th grade,6th grade,7th grade and 8th grade and middle school to test their knowledge about Booker T Washington.