W.E.B. Du Bois and Booker T. Washington a) worked together to overturn Jim Crow laws in the South b) argued that African Americans should demand full equality c) rejected the United States and moved to Ghana d) disagreed over whether achieving equality was the burden of the nation or of African Americans
D. disagreed over whether achieving equality was the burden of the nation or of African Americans. Booker T. Washington felt that African American's should get passed the racial discrimination by ignoring and accepting it, and putting in hard work to overcome it. W.E.B. Dubois felt that Booker T. Washington was wrong and that it would only add to the dominance of whites over African Americans. Dubois encouraged civil rights and political action to overcome the oppression.