Black History Month: Frederick Douglass

Frederick Douglass was a remarkable individual, Abolitionist, and Suffragist. Born a slave in Maryland in 1818, he achieved a level of education and oratory skill that surpassed many more schooled and opportune individuals of his time. He possessed God-given wisdom and an uncanny ability to see society for what it was and a unique ability to move people with his words. Knowing the importance of education, Frederick Douglass said:

Take some time to watch this video about Frederick Douglass and Read “Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass: An American Slave” [Click Here for a FREE Copy]:


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