Dubois Education

Du Bois, initially, believed that a liberal education could end racism; however, he later concluded that “The Talented Tenth” were no better than their white counterparts. (Kellerman,, p. 152) Explain how his leadership demonstrated the principles of motivation, power, and ethics as he advocated for education while participating as an activist to address long standing race problems. Use no fewer than three other leaders to support your answer.

Be explicit and defend your answer