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Essay heading: African-American Contributions to American Culture
 
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Through this autobiography, Frederick was able to single handedly open the eyes of thousands of Americans, as well as people in countries abroad. Never before had a slave done such a thing. In addition to combating slavery, Frederick also advocated women's rights. He participated in the Seneca Falls convention, the birthplace of the American feminist movement, and signed its Declaration of Sentiments...
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He participated in the Seneca Falls convention, the birthplace of the American feminist movement, and signed its Declaration of Sentiments. Frederick felt that unlike freeing himself or combating slavery, this was an unselfish act because it did not directly affect him. One of the things that is so amazing about Frederick is that he tried to help minority groups throughout the country...
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