Message to Harvard: We are Coming, Booker T. Washington
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Message to Harvard: We are Coming

Author: Booker T. Washington

Narrator: Ron Chatnam

Unabridged: 0 hr 4 min

Format: Digital Audiobook

Publisher: Findaway Voices

Published: 07/09/2018

Genre: History - African American

Synopsis

In 1896, Harvard University awarded Booker T. Washington with an honorary master of arts degree. He was invited to deliver an address to a group of Harvard alumni. He took the opportunity to speak about the gradual improvements being made to racial disparities in the South. A former slave and leader in the African-American community, Washington felt optimistic about the future of race relations but still felt his people needed additional help to achievetheir true potential.   

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