An African-American scholar, activist, and professor at Atlanta University best remembered for his seminal book The Souls of Black Folk. Du Bois became the first black man to earn a doctorate at Harvard, helped found the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (which James Weldon Johnson later headed), and campaigned for civil equality (in contrast to Booker T. Washington) not only for African-Americans, but also for colonized people throughout the world.
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