Reading Frederick Douglass (Preview)
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On July 5, 1852, former slave and the abolitionist movement leader, Frederick Douglass delivered one of his most famous speeches - What to the slave is your Fourth of July? In addressing a group of women who invited him to speak in celebration of America's independence, Douglass delivered a stirring speech that is as meaningful today as it was on that day in Rochester, New York.
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