8 edition of Nathan B. Young And the Struggle over Black Higher Education (Missouri Biography Series) found in the catalog.
November 30, 2006 by University of Missouri Press .
Written in English
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For that reason alone, this book is well worth reading."— The Journal of African American History5/5(1). Into the fray stepped Nathan B.
Young, who, as Antonio Holland now tells, left a lasting Nathan B. Young And the Struggle over Black Higher Education book on that debate. Born in slavery in Alabama, Young followed a love of learning to degrees from Talladega and Oberlin Colleges and a career in higher : $ At the turn of the twentieth century, African Americans eager to improve their lives through higher education were confronted with the Nathan B.
Young And the Struggle over Black Higher Education book points of view of two great leaders: Booker T. Washington advocated vocational training, while W. Du Bois stressed the importance of the liberal arts. Into the fray stepped Nathan B. Young, who, as Antonio Holland now tells, left a lasting mark.
Nathan Benjamin Young, born a slave in Alabama, was a member of that select group of freedmen who dedicated their lives to the uplift of their race through education.
Young, like many other young freedmen, had the advantage of his mother's encouragement and inspiration, but he also had what was lacking in many of the other cases, the. Nathan B. Young and the struggle over Black higher education / "Examines Nathan Young's year academic career, during which he attempted to uphold W.
Du Bois's vision of liberal arts education for blacks while balancing it with the agricultural/vocational education advocated by Booker T. Washington, adhering to high standards for black hi. Nathan B. Young and the struggle over Black higher education. [Antonio Frederick Holland] -- "Examines Nathan Young's year academic career, during which he attempted to uphold W.E.B.
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Young and the Struggle over Black Higher Education by Antonio F. Holland | Find, read Author: Jerry Gershenhorn. Nathan B. Young and the Struggle over Black Higher Education. Young entered Oberlin, the percentage of black students, because of the schools high standards, had declined to no more than 6 percent Another reason for Youngs selection of Oberlin was his mothers preference for that institution.
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Antonio F. Holland, Nathan B. Young and the Struggle Over Black Higher Education. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, Pp. Cloth $ Antonio F. Holland's biography of Nathan B.
Young challenges some historians' erroneous assumption that black educators in the late 19th century. THE STATE OF EDUCATION FOR AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDENTS Over the past few decades, African American Nathan B. Young And the Struggle over Black Higher Education book across the nation K and higher education, as well as on the unequal opportunities Students at that level struggle with things like applying arithmetic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division) and with File Size: 1MB.
Nathan Benjamin Young (Septem —J ) was an African-American educator who helped move forward black education in the early 20th century.
Born a slave in Alabama, Young later became an educator after Booker T. Washington, who witnessed Young’s skills in debating, invited him to teach at the Tuskegee ion: Oberlin College, Talladega College.
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