Education of Blacks in the South from 1860-1935

Education of Blacks in the South from 1860-1935.

 Description The paper is on the book, Education of Blacks in the South from 1860-1935 by James D. Anderson. You can download the pdf here, https://epdf.pub/the-education-of-blacks-in-the-south-1860-1935.html. Instructions: In 4-7 pages [typed, double-spaced], answer the following questions. For each answer, include no fewer than four (4) source citations from the book. 1. Contrast how white philanthropy imagined and influenced the purpose and structure of Black higher education during the late 19th-early 20th centuries with the aspirations and actions of Black communities and students during this same time. How do HBCUs continue to reflect these influences and aspirations? 2. What are four valuable lessons that contemporary Black communities must draw from specific experiences that Anderson documents of victories and/or failures of Black communities to educate their children at the elementary (common) and high school levels in the first third of the 20th century?

Education of Blacks in the South from 1860-1935