The winners of the Regents' Outstanding Teaching Award were honored by officials from the UT System at a dinner in Austin on Aug. 23. Dr. Kathryn Warren (pictured second from left) stands with the other UTA recipients.
Funny what a little demonstration in Charlottesville can do to language. Now it is okay to call Nazis Nazis.
Despite initially sending congratulations to Washington for his Atlanta Exposition Speech ,   Du Bois later came to oppose Washington's plan, along with many other African Americans, including Archibald H. Grimke , Kelly Miller , James Weldon Johnson and Paul Laurence Dunbar – representatives of the class of educated blacks that Du Bois would later call the " talented tenth ".  Du Bois felt that African Americans should fight for equal rights and higher opportunities, rather than passively submit to the segregation and discrimination of Washington's Atlanta Compromise. 
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