Frederick Douglass's Contribution To The Anti-Slavery Movement

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Frederick Douglass was huge contributor to the Anti-Slavery Movement. He was a former slave who fought for the rights for all humans. Frederick learned how to read and write which gave him the ability to give influential speeches. Frederick wanted equality for all, so he told others about his pasts about being a slave. Later in his life he wrote an autobiography called The Narrative Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave. The autobiography talked about how he lived, and revealed his true identity. Then he started an antislavery newspaper called the North Star. Frederick worked hard and gave a lot speeches so everyone would know what slavery was like. All his contributions influenced others about equality. Frederick didn't just want
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