Up From Slavery

washington's views on...

1. slavery

2. education

3. religion

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There are a lot to these themes. Certainly slavery was an affront to human dignity. Although it directly affected Negros, he felt is corrupted whites morally thus affecting them as well.

Booker T felt education was the key to breaking through slavery. As long as slaves remained uneducated, they would never rise beyond slaves.

He felt religion (christianity) was twisted by whites to serve their own evil purposes.

will u explain the slavery a little more please?!

Booker T examined the idea of slavery and its affect on himself, his family, his race and whites. He determined that slavery is a sickness that kills his fellow balacks but also kills the humanity of whites.

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