The cause was that W.E.B. Du Bois encouraged many black female writers, artists, poets, and novelists. What was the result? Think about cause-and-effect relationships. A) He became the president of the NAACP. B) He wrote a book about women's rights. C) He featured their work in his magazine. D) He became the leader of the suffrage movement.

2 Answer

  • C) He featured their work in his magazine.
  • The result was that (c.) he featured their work in his magazine.

    William Edward Burghardt Du Bois was an American sociologist and a civil rights activist. He also worked as the Director of Publicity and Research for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). As part of his job, he edited a monthly magazine. He named this magazine The Crisis due to a poem of the same name written by Mary White Ovington, a white abolitionist. Moreover, in his magazine, Du Bois published essays and other works written by white and black women who were also women's suffrage advocates as a way of showing his support for the Women's Rights Movement.