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They ruined a perfectly good cartoon when they took her real voice out of it.

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Published in Albany, NY and London . . . .

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Meet Booker Taliaferro Washington a/k/a Booker T. Washington, former slave. Have you ever heard of him? What do you know about him?

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Didn't Teddy Roosevelt have him to a presidential dinner?

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The Intellectuals and the Boston Mob

". . . There is another class of coloured people who make a business of keeping the troubles, the wrongs, and the hardships of the Negro race before the public. Having learned that they are able to make a living out of their troubles, they have grown into the settled habit of advertising their wrongs--partly because they want sympathy and partly because it pays. Some of these people do not want the Negro to lose his grievances, be-cause they do not want to lose their jobs. . . ."

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". . . I am afraid that there is a certain class of race-problem solvers who dont want the patient to get well, because as long as the disease holds out they have not only an easy means of making a living, but also an easy medium through which to make themselves prominent before the public. . . ."

Booker T. Washington in 1911 from here.

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Didn't Teddy Roosevelt have him to a presidential dinner?

Mr. Washington's book, Up From Slavery, became a best-seller and President Roosevelt invited him for a visit to the White House in 1901.

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I win!

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De Coon Dat Had De Razor



Boston. Chicago.

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Ernest Hogan - 1865(?) - 1909



Meet Ernest Hogan. In his time, he became quite famous and successful. He wrote this, among others.

Here's a bit about this interesting man. If you google him, you will find some variations in the numerous accounts of his life. Some take on an admiring, yet apologist tone; others, not so much.

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Meet Booker Taliaferro Washington a/k/a Booker T. Washington, former slave. Have you ever heard of him? What do you know about him?

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Let's see...

Washington was born into slavery to a white father and a black slave mother on a rural farm in southwestern Virginia; the slaves were freed in 1865. He attended Hampton University and Wayland Seminary. After returning to Hampton as an instructor, he was named in 1881 as the first leader of the new normal school (teachers' college) which became Tuskegee University in Alabama.

Washington was the dominant figure in the African American community in the United States from 1890 to 1915, especially after he achieved prominence for his Atlanta Address of 1895. To many politicians and the public in general, he was seen as a popular spokesperson for African American citizens. Representing the last generation of black leaders born into slavery, he was credible when speaking publicly and seeking educational improvements for those freedmen who had remained in the New South in an uneasy modus vivendi with the white southerners. Throughout the final 20 years of his life, he maintained this standing through a nationwide network of core supporters in many communities, including black educators, ministers, editors and businessmen, especially those who were liberal-thinking on social and educational issues. He gained access to top national leaders in politics, philanthropy and education, and was awarded honorary degrees. Critics called his network of supporters the "Tuskegee Machine."

Late in his career, Dr. Washington was criticized by the leaders of the NAACP, which was formed in 1909, especially W.E.B. DuBois, who demanded a harder line on civil rights protests. After being labeled "The Great Accommodator" by DuBois, Dr. Washington replied that confrontation would lead to disaster for the outnumbered blacks, and that cooperation with supportive whites was the only way to overcome pervasive racism in the long run. Although he did some aggressive civil rights work secretively, such as funding court cases, he seemed to truly believe in skillful accommodation to many of the social realities of the age of segregation.[2]. While apparently resigned to many undesirable social conditions in the short term, he also clearly had his eyes on a better future for blacks. Through his own personal experience, Dr. Washington knew that good educations were a major and powerful tool for individuals to collectively accomplish that better future.

Washington's philosophy and tireless work on education issues helped him enlist both the moral and substantial financial support of many philanthropists. He became friends with such self-made men from modest beginnings as Standard Oil magnate Henry Huttleston Rogers and Sears, Roebuck and Company President Julius Rosenwald. These individuals and many other wealthy men and women funded his causes, such as supporting the institutions of higher education at Hampton and Tuskegee. Each school was originally founded to produce teachers. However, many had often gone back to their local communities to find precious few schools and educational resources to work with in the largely impoverished South. To address those needs, through provision of millions of dollars and innovative matching funds programs, Dr. Washington and his philanthropic network stimulated local community contributions to build small community schools. Together, these efforts eventually established and operated over 5,000 schools and supporting resources for the betterment of blacks throughout the South in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The local schools were a source of much community pride and were of priceless value to African-American families during those troubled times in public education. This work was a major part of his legacy and was continued (and expanded through the Rosenwald Fund and others) for many years after Washington's death in 1915.

Washington did much to improve the overall friendship and working relationship between the races in the United States. His autobiography, Up From Slavery, first published in 1901, is still widely read today.


How's that? Simon taught about him.

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Let's see...

. . . How's that? Simon taught about him.


That's a start, ol' pal. Here's the Atlanta Compromise.

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Meet Booker Taliaferro Washington a/k/a Booker T. Washington, former slave. Have you ever heard of him? What do you know about him?

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He had a few good hits when he played with the MGs.

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That's a start, ol' pal. Here's the Atlanta Compromise.

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Booker T. Washington was an amazing man, with a clearer vision of what was needed, and a greater willingness to invest his life towards those ends, than any other in the history of race relations and the effort toward achievement of equitable social justice. It is a very great pity that demagogues and self-serving race-baiters on both sides of the divide were able to submerge that vision in stridency and anger.

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He had a few good hits when he played with the MGs.

Booker T. Jones, Rock 'n' Roll Hall Of Fame inductee.



Memphis Soul.

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He was originally going to be called "Hercules", but his show name became "Stymie". One of my favorite lines:

Dickie: "Hey Stymie, Where ya goin?"

Stymie: "I don't know, but I'm on my way!"

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Carve Dat Possum



This coon song was written by Sam Lucas in 1875. Have a listen and/or download of this 1917 recording or the song by The Peerless Quartet with Harry C. Browne.

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The Little Rascals was offensive cause there's that part where they were eating Ice Cream and the white folks were eating chocolate and the black folks or as they say back then,negro folks were eating Vanilla ice cream. Do you know why? Cause Chocolate ice cream costed more to make,that's why.
Also,their beloved Pete was a vicious Pit Bull Terrier.

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Hey Buckwheat!

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Heh, Buckwheat was in the batter's box.

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The World Reknowned Sam Lucas



Meet Sam Lucas. He wrote Carve Dat Possum, De Coon Dat Had De Razor, and many others in his long and productive career. He was born in 1850 in Ohio to free black parents.

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Meet Booker Taliaferro Washington a/k/a Booker T. Washington, former slave. Have you ever heard of him? What do you know about him?

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