History Kids: Frederick Douglass

Full Video |27:41

History Kids: Frederick Douglass

Full Video |27:41

Attempts to communicate the gravity of the life of Frederick Douglass, and chronicles the long list of Douglass's accomplishments that include learning to read and write, escaping slavery, working in shipyards, giving speeches around the world, writing timeless and bestselling autobiographies, starting a newspaper, holding government offices, championing the abolitionist and women's rights movements, personally advising Abraham Lincoln, and many others.

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