Race and ethnic relations 8th edition
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Description:Du Bois educated himself on his people, and sought academia as a way to enlighten others on the social injustices against his people. Secretly, however, he pursued legal challenges against segregation and disfranchisement of blacks. With growing discrimination in the South following the end of the Reconstruction era, Washington felt that the key to advancing in America rested with getting an education and improving one's economic well-being, not with political advancement. By focusing on education for blacks, rather than political advancement, he gained financial support from whites for his cause. Weber argued that biological traits could not be the basis for group foundation unless they were conceived as shared characteristics. Paradoxically, the arbitrariness of the category 'race' enables the psychotic subject to invest more meaning in it.