Fredrick Douglass and Woodson

| October 29, 2015

Explain and situate Douglass as written in Chesnutt’s bibliography within the history of African American education under slavery, as as Woodson (in his attached book “Education of the Negro prior 1816) describes that education. Is Douglass according to Chesnutt’s bibliography “exceptions” and “rules” for what seem to be Woodson’s theses in his individual chapters? Do his examples strengthen or weaken the points Woodson makes about them, or the African American educational experience they typify? What are the implications for cultural history and cultural competency of Douglass’s examples, according to, or contrary to, Woodson’s arguments about them an their contemporaries? quote and incorporate examples and discussions from Woodson and Douglass

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