Frederick Douglass Contributions To The Antislavery Movement

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Throughout world history many people have been known to become famous for various reasons. Though I feel like current role models in our world are becoming less worthy of their famous title compare to people such as Frederick Douglass. His contribution was to the antislavery movement and began at a convention not long after he escaped prison. He acted as a public speaker agent for the antislavery movement, exceling during chaotic times, to continue his help with slave abolitionists. Frederick Douglass wrote a narrative of his life, providing incidents of his life which offer another perspective of slavery for his readers. He starts by providing basic details such as his mother’s name and that his father might’ve been his master. These couple
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