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In the "Address to the Niagara Movement," DuBois makes the point that education for Black citizens is inferior to education for white citizens.

Which two answers provide reasoning to support this point?

"First, we would vote; with the right to vote goes everything: freedom, manhood, the honor of your wives, the chastity of your daughters, the right to work, and the chance to rise, and let no man listen to those who deny this."

"We want the law enforced against rich as well as poor; against capitalist as well as laborer; against white as well as black."

"We want our children trained as intelligent human beings should be, and we will fight for all time against any proposal to educate black boys and girls simply as servants and underlings, or simply for the use of other people."

"The school system in the country districts of the South is a disgrace, and in few towns and cities are the Negro schools what they ought to be."

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