Frederick Douglass: ''Truth Is of No Color''by Michael A. Schuman
In September 1838, Frederick Douglass faced a long and dangerous train ride as a runaway slave, but he believed freedom was worth the risk. After escaping to the North, Douglass fought to end slavery in the United States. Through his lectures and the publication of The North Star, he became one of the most famous abolitionists, writers, and speakers in American history.
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