African-American Contributions to American Culture

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American History

 

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Tanya K

 

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January 13, 2016

 

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University

 

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As if his life hadn't been incredible already, Frederick's influential actions were just starting. Once he reached the free states of the North, he decided to help his fellow slaves by becoming an abolitionist. He joined multiple organizations and attended abolitionist meetings regularly. He once heard William Lloyd Garrison speak and became inspired...
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He once heard William Lloyd Garrison speak and became inspired. A few days later, he delivered his first speech about the hardships he endured as a slave. He continued to deliver speeches throughout his life. Douglass also published a number of newspapers including North Star, Frederick Douglass Weekly, and Frederick Douglass's Paper...
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