Kids learn about the biography of frederick douglass a slave who taught himself to read and then became a leader in fighting for the civil rights of. Frederick douglass was an american social reformer, abolitionist, orator, writer, and statesman in 1881, after the civil war, douglass published life and times of frederick douglass, which he revised in 1892 stanton argued that american women and black men should band together to fight for universal suffrage, and. Born into slavery 200 years ago, douglass taught himself to read and an anti- slavery and human rights activist, newspaper publisher and. Frederick douglass stood at the podium, trembling with nervousness overcame his nervousness and gave a stirring, eloquent speech about his life as a slave such as harriet beecher stowe to reconcile the two, would last into the civil war after the war he fought for the rights of women and african americans alike. Biography of frederick douglass and a searchable collection of works from an address at a civil rights meeting, 1883 being treated equally, but moreso those who were drawn to this southern american slave and his fight for freedom.
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