Famed 19th century author and orator frederick douglass was an eminent human rights leader in the anti slavery movement and the first african american citizen to hold a high us government rank. Douglass published his third and final biography life and times of frederick douglass in 1881 this was an overview of his life and work and what he felt still needed to be accomplished a rhetorical passing of the baton if you will. What to the slave is the fourth of july is the title now given to a speech by frederick douglass delivered on july 5 1852 in corinthian hall rochester new york addressing the rochester ladies anti slavery society the speech is perhaps the most widely known of all of frederick douglass writings save his autobiographies. Frederick douglass the hypocrisy of american slavery a short biography for children frederick douglass a former slave and eminent human rights leader in the abolition movement was the first black citizen to hold a high us government rank
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