After escaping slavery, Frederick Douglass became a champion of equality for all people. He shared his experiences and fought for social change through speaking and writing that commanded international attention. His commitment to a wide range of reform causes, including abolitionism, temperance, women's rights and civil rights, was aptly su more »
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