In 1881 Frederick Douglass was appointed recorder of deeds for Washington, DC by President James Garfield. Frederick was an American abolitionist, author, & orator. Born a slave, he escaped at 20 & became a world-renowned anti-slavery activist. For 16 years he edited an influential newspaper and was an inspiring & persuasive speaker and writer. In 1000's of speeches & editorials he made powerful indictments against slavery & racism.

The text of Frederick Douglass' July 1852 speech in Rochester, NY titled "The Hypocrisy of American Slavery".

Frederick Douglas...Let People Help Themselves...A Hand Up Instead Of A Hand Out.

the part that so many very, very carefully and tirelessly ignore is the part about "not hindering.

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"No man can put a chain about the ankle of his fellow man without at last finding the other end fastened about his own neck" — Frederick Douglass

An Original AoM Comic: Frederick Douglass – How a Slave Was Made a Man

Frederick Douglass: How a Slave Was Made a Man

Frederick Douglass, we can learn much from the Abolitionist who blazed freedom's trail before us.  Abolish Human Abortion Now.

Frederick Douglass, we can learn much from the Abolitionist who blazed freedom's trail before us. Abolish Human Abortion Now.

frederick douglass | Frederick Douglass quotes - One and God make a majority.

Frederick Douglass quotes - handpicked collection from Quote Coyote, the ultimate source for funny, inspiring quotes, and quotes about life, love and more.

“I remember going to the AAMFT minority  fellowship forum in DC some years ago and A.J. Franklin sharing his story about his experiences in college during…”

Black History Quotes: Maya Angelou on Our Ancestors - and we need to learn/become aware to actually want to do our parts!

Frederick Douglass and his second wife Helen Pitt. #frederickdouglass

The Life of Frederick Douglass

Frederick Douglass with his second wife Helen Pitts Douglass (sitting). The woman standing is her sister Eva Pitts. [Douglass' first wife, Anna Murray Douglass, died on August After a year of depression, Douglass married Helen on January

Frederick Douglass's Faith in Photography How the former slave and abolitionist became the most photographed man in America. -

Frederick Douglass’s Faith in Photography

Frederick Douglass Was the Most Photographed American of the Century. A leading pioneer in photography who sat for as many portraits as he could in order to combat blackface caricatures and to assert the humanity of African Americans in place of slavery.

Frederick Douglass Was the Most Photographed American of the 19th Century - Frederick Douglass, ca. 1848

Frederick Douglass Was the Most Photographed American of the 19th Century

Frederick Douglass Was the Most Photographed American of the Century - Frederick Douglass, ca.

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