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United States abolitionist who escaped from slavery and became an influential writer and lecturer in the North (1817-1895)

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2989, the "Frederick Douglass Bicentennial Commission Act", which will create the Frederick Douglass Bicentennial Commission, which will be responsible for planning, developing, and carrying out activities to honor Frederick Douglass on the 200th anniversary of his birth.
Also provided are chapters on his life and times, including slavery and its abolition; annotations on aspects of slavery; and explanations and identifications of his references to the Bible, secular literature, US politics, and history, as well as his alliances with key individuals, his views on the tactics of freeing the slaves, and what emancipation meant to Douglass and other African Americans.
Dismantling Slavery: Frederick Douglass, William Lloyd Garrison, and the Formation of Abolitionist Discourse, 1841-1851.
Trump mentioned Douglass - who died in 1895 - as "an example of somebody who has done an amazing job and is being recognized more and more, I notice.
Literate, skilled, young, and idealistic, it took Douglass very little time to acclimate himself to New Bedford's black community and its vibrant antislavery culture.
A FAMILY-RUN judo club has been punching above its weight to grab a host of medals at two major national competitions - as well as attracting some of the world's top talent, writes SEAN DOUGLASS.
However the doctor also said he thought having a full note would not have changed his treatment of Mr Douglass.
Troubled Jason Douglass, 26, will be under the supervision of the Probation Service, who said he was vulnerable and victimised.
The greatest African-American of the mid-19th century, Frederick Douglass, died this week (Feb.
Lee--Shades of Gray, that the playwright Tom Dugan kept coming across the concurrent story of Frederick Douglass.
In the Words of Frederick Douglass is a collection of approximately seven hundred quotations from one of the most famous African American leaders of the nineteenth century.
David Douglass, from Silver Birch Drive, Hollywood, was jailed after pleading guilty to cheating the public revenue in a prolonged VAT and income tax fraud.
Walk into the visitor center at Frederick Douglass National Historic Site, just steps from the Douglass home, and you'll hear a park volunteer repeat the words highlighted in the park's short film: "Agitate.