Born into slavery on a Virginia plantation, Booker T. Washington’s relentless pursuit of an education would eventually bring him such renown that he would become the first Black American ever invited to a private dinner at the White House. Surrounded by bigotry, his advancement looked by what seemed overwhelming obstacles at every turn, his superhuman discipline, relentless persistence and willingness to work not only earned himself a first-rate education; his attitude had been so impressive, and his achievements so notable, that he was offered the position of Director of the Tuskegee Institute, the first source of higher education for blacks in the deep south. He arrived at Tuskegee to discover that there was no Tuskegee Institute: no buildings, no property and no staff. Through sheer force of character, he found a way to to raise a magnificent brick structure on the ground of a formerly abandoned plantation, and would start a partnership that would eventually be responsible for over five thousand individual school buildings for black students all across the South. His message of hard work, self-reliance, good will and personal discipline won him the respect, admiration and assistance of the same Southern Whites that had once owned him as property, and his example of self-respect and friendly cooperation is one we could use very much today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
His Civil Commitment - Booker T. Washington's Historic Speech at the Tampa Bay Casino
Arts Axis Florida Podcast
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EP 121 | Up From Slavery | Booker T. Washington Book Review w/ Matt & Doug | Inspire God's People
INSPIRE GOD'S PEOPLE, The Podcast
In this episode, JWil is joined on the line by Matt & Doug on 3 way to discuss Booker T. Washington's book, "Up From Slavery". After being greatly impacted after reading or listening to the audio book the guys share all of the things they grasped from the book. The JWil song of the Day is Leaders of the Free by JWilMusic! Join the text family by texting BeInspired to (833)946-2518. JWilMusic shares a new music from his project, "The Inspiration" now playing on Apple Music. Be Creative. Find Purpose. Be Inspired. Prepare to be inspired! Visit JWil on Instagram: www.instagram.com/mr_bellwether (@Mr_Bellwether) Donate to IGP via Paypal : Send to firstname.lastname@example.org Listen to today's show and past episodes by visiting www.inspiregodspeople.com/podcast Listen to IGP on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/inspire-gods-people-the-podcast/id1438530566 Email Jay at Jermainewilsonmusic@gmail.com Add JWilMusic to your Apple Music playlist https://music.apple.com/kn/artist/jwilmusic/558161868 Stream More JWilMusic at www.jermainewilson.bandcamp.com
Today we’re celebrating the birthday of Booker T. Washington, an American educator and author who became a dominant figure in African American education! One of the last generations of Black American leaders born into slavery, Booker became a prominent figure in the African American community and was a leading voice of the formal slaves and their descendants. Happy birthday, Booker!If YOU want a birthday shoutout, email us with your name, and a little bit of information about you, at TheNameDayProject@gmail.com
Episode 5. W.E.B Du Bois, Booker T. Washington & Ta-Nehisi Coates
The Danish American Studies Podcast
Continuing with our salute to Black History month, the crew of DASP discusses black voices in this episode. We focus on the theme of Double Consciousness by W.E.B. Du Bois and how this theory is prevalent in American society today. Additionally, we dive into other influential black voices such as Booker T. Washington, Ta-Nehisi Coates, and Nikole Hannah-Jones.
Booker T. Washington - WEB DuBois - HONOR - S2 E5 - Eagle Hoss & Hound
Eagle Hoss & Hound
Booker T. Washington the Tuskegee Institute trade school and advanced education and training for all including African Americans. W.E.B. DuBois became the first African American to earn a PhD at Harvard and helped organize the N.A.A.C.P. Although they brought different approaches, these two gentlemen helped advance social integrity to benefit all Americans. The Eagle Hoss & Hound podcast is a platform for respect. Respect for the Eagle - the individual with a service background (including spouses). Respect for the Hoss - the Social Integrity Hero from our American past. Plus, the Hound - the common #AmericanMutt - you and me. Follow @EagleIMBUED - J.D. Collier
The Living Legacy of Frederick Douglass and Booker T. Washington
Community Wise: A LISC Podcast
In our most recent podcast, which honors two of the most oft-invoked figures of African American history, Maurice A. Jones speaks with Kenneth B. Morris, Jr., the great-great-great-grandson of Frederick Douglass, and the great-great-grandson of Booker T. Washington. Morris co-founded the Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives (FDFI), an anti-racist and abolitionist education organization whose mission is to build strong children and end systems of exploitation and oppression. Erica Mock, the group’s VP of strategic partnerships, joins this fascinating and personal conversation about the origins and work of FDFI and the future of social justice work in America.
Bill Federer on D.L. Moody and Booker T. Washington
Our Christian Heritage
Bill Federer, author of America's God and Country Encyclopedia of Quotations, joins us to talk about D.L. Moody, including a visit by Abraham Lincoln to Moody's Sunday School, Moody's work in the Civil War with the U.S. Christian Commission, P.T. Barnum's hippodrome, the World's Fair, Booker T. Washington and the freemen schools, Susan B. Anthony, and his famous “Cast Down Your Bucket Where You Are” speech. Listen here or watch online https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2l7si8Puo3M&ab_channel=VCYAmerica
Diana Schaub: The Life and Ideas of Booker T. Washington
Conversations with Bill Kristol
The educator, orator, and thinker Booker T. Washington (1856 – 1915) has long been considered one of the most important figures in the post-Civil War era. But, as Diana Schaub explains, his thought and actions often have been misunderstood. In this Conversation, Schaub, a leading interpreter of American political thought, attempts to recover Washington’s ideas by setting them against the political situation of the time. When we do so, Schaub argues, we confront a profound and original thinker whose ideas on education, race, culture, and politics remain relevant today.