Frederick Douglass

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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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Taking shape onNewcastle Helix, the new Learning and Teaching Centre will be called The Frederick Douglass Centre, in honour of the 19th-century social reformer and abolitionist who was associated with the Summerhill area of the city, next to the Helix site.
Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom, by David W.
Last year, Governor Hogan proclaimed 2018 The Year of Frederick Douglass to celebrate this influential African American leaders 200th birthday.
"Every day since 2007, our organization has been building a body of work around the question, what would Frederick Douglass be doing if he were here today?" Morris said.
In this illustrated work for students, general readers, and scholars, contributors in literature and black studies delve into representations of Frederick Douglass in visual culture.
It is not affiliated with the federally owned Frederick Douglass National Historic Site in Anacostia, where Douglass lived later in his life.
Frederick Douglass, a former slave and a leading abolitionist writer and orator, was the most-photographed American of the 19th century--and, as you at Hillsdale College know, one of the most famous photographs of Douglass was taken in this town, just a few weeks after Pres.
The bill--named after Frederick Douglass, who escaped slavery and became an abolitionist--now goes to the Senate.
Anthony and Frederick Douglass is the DVD adaptation (with voiced narration and music) of a children's picturebook about two historical American figures - Susan B.
His most notable work is his autobiography "Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave," which has personal descriptions of the horrors of slavery, making it one of the most important works of the era.
Faith Hope Consolo at Douglas Elliman has arranged a lease for Le Cameleon Restaurant at 2220 Frederick Douglass Boulevard, between 119th and 120th streets, in Harlem.
Lee--Shades of Gray, that the playwright Tom Dugan kept coming across the concurrent story of Frederick Douglass. The result was Dugan's Frederick Douglass--In the Shadow of Slavery, which brings the pioneering African-American's rags-to-riches story to life.
Also available as an ebook, To Raise Up a Nation: John Brown, Frederick Douglass, and the Making of a Free Country examines the American Civil War with particular emphasis on the role that African-Americans played in changing public sentiment against slavery.
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